Should GMOs in food products be labeled?

| | May 10, 2012
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Consumers may not know exactly what genetically modified food is, but chances are they’re eating it. A local grocer is hoping proposed state legislation will pass so residents can know for certain if they are buying products with GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Lloyd Allen of Weston, owner of the Double L Market in Westport, prides himself on the high-quality fresh fish, beef, free-range chickens, and organic fruits and vegetables he sells. He doesn’t sell processed food or anything from a freezer.

View the original article here: Should GMOs in food products be labeled? – Amity Observer

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