GE food labeling rejected by American Medical Association

The American Medical Association House of Delegates adopted a formal statement in opposition to the mandatory labeling of genetically engineered, or bioengineered, foods. (Note: the organization did not consider or take a position on the California food labeling ballot measure). The vote took place at the AMA’s annual meeting in Chicago.

View the original article here: GE food labeling rejected by American Medical Association – Western Farm Press

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