How Prop 37 will impact Midwest farmers

The old battle between seed companies and opponents of genetically engineered agriculture is being waged anew in California, where voters will decide in November on a proposition that would require the labeling of some — but not all — foods made with biotech grains.

Fearing that California would again set off a trend, big seed companies (including Johnston-based DuPont Pioneer), grocery chains, soft drink companies and other food processors have put up a war chest estimated as big as $35 million to defeat California’s Proposition 37.

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