DENVER — Labels on genetically modified foods have been rejected again by Colorado lawmakers. But the food-labeling debate could just be getting started for Colorado voters.
A House committee unanimously rejected a voluntary measure Thursday to give food producers the option of labeling food that doesn’t include genetically modified ingredients.
The Food and Drug Administration already allows producers to voluntarily label their items as genetically engineered or not.
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