Vermont food co-ops push for GMO labeling

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One of the most common questions these days among customers at Vermont’s food cooperatives is whether the food they’re buying contains genetically modified ingredients — but the member-owned cooperatives say they can’t tell their customers for sure.

The state’s 17 co-ops announced their support Tuesday for a bill that would require the labeling of food containing genetically modified organisms, as more customers seek GMO-free food.

Read the full article here: Vermont food co-ops push for GMO labeling

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