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November 08, 2012

Californians Defeat GMO Labeling. Will Vermont Be the First State to Mandate It?

Seven Days food writer Corin Hirsch has a post over at the Bite Club blog that's well worth reading for anyone interested in the subject of GMO food labeling.

Hirsch looks at why California voters rejected a ballot measure that would have forced food producers to disclose whether products contain genetically-modified organisms — and at the mounting effort in Vermont to re-introduce a GMO labeling bill to the Legislature in 2013. (Last year's attempt fizzled after Monsanto threatened to sue the state over the law.)

Click here to read the story.


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