Is GMO labeling really about a ‘right to know’ or part of an effort to get rid of GMOs entirely?

| | February 18, 2016

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Food Policy writer Julie Kelly argues that the campaign for GMO labeling is really about getting GMOs out of our food supply entirely. Kelly points out that many of the vitamins added to our food as well as the enzymes we use to make cheese are now genetically engineered.

 

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