. . . .[T]here is a lot of money at stake for the food industry, and it understands that consumers have an aversion to GMOs. But it is a mistake to think the labeling fight is about the food industry versus consumers. In reality, it is about one segment of the food industry versus another. Companies that have sourced non-GE materials stand to profit from a rigorous labeling regime; those who have not stand to lose. . . .
[Mr. Ansolabahere is a government professor at Harvard. Mr. Gersen is a professor and directs Harvard Law School’s Food Law Lab.]
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