Organic sector pinched by GMO tainting in seed and feed

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Organic Valley recently announced a plan to distribute more than $1 million in grants to fund research, education and advocacy on the production of organic foods.  The grants have long term goals and a near term objective, with one of the biggest individual chunk of funding going toward supporting the push for GMO labeling.

View the original article here: Organic sector pinched by GMO tainting in seed and feed, Organic Valley CEO says

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