If GMOs are so safe, why resist labeling them? Let the consumers decide and “educate” us if you think that’s necessary.
As the battle to get genetically engineered foods (or GMOs) labeled in California — a battle that could very well have an impact on labeling nationwide — heats up, Big Food and Big Ag are working in concert to push back to the tune of $25 million. The fight centers around Proposition 37, the ballot initiative from the Right to Know Campaign that will go to vote in November. (via These companies don’t want GMOs labeled in California | Grist)

If GMOs are so safe, why resist labeling them? Let the consumers decide and “educate” us if you think that’s necessary.

As the battle to get genetically engineered foods (or GMOs) labeled in California — a battle that could very well have an impact on labeling nationwide — heats up, Big Food and Big Ag are working in concert to push back to the tune of $25 million. The fight centers around Proposition 37, the ballot initiative from the Right to Know Campaign that will go to vote in November. (via These companies don’t want GMOs labeled in California | Grist)
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