Why this health-conscious foodie won’t vote for Prop. 37

I thought I’d be first in line to vote yes on Proposition 37, which would require labels on (most) food that contains genetically modified ingredients. But the closer we get to election day, the more conflicted I feel. Of course transparency matters. If I had my choice, there would be labels on everything, starting with canned food. To say that it’s outrageous that we live in a country where food that has been soaked in pesticides or pumped full of antibiotics and hormones is allowed to be sold to consumers would be an understatement.

View the original article here: Why this health-conscious foodie won’t vote for Prop. 37 – Los Angeles Times

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