20 years of GMO policy keeps Americans in the dark, says GMO opposer

| | May 31, 2012
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Popular resistance is boiling over on the GMO labeling issue, as the New York Times reported last week in a front-page story. More than a million people have asked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for mandatory labeling of genetically engineered food on a legal petition in March and on May 2, nearly a million voter signatures were submitted in California to place a GMO labeling initiative on ballot in November. Clearly, Americans believe strongly in their right to know what’s in their food.

View the original article here: 20 Years of GMO Policy That Keeps Americans in the Dark About Their Food – Huffington Post

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