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GMO labeling law makes kosher food harder to find in Vermont

Dan D'Ambrosio | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Vermont's GMO labeling law ...
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Vermont medical centers ditch GMOs over alleged safety concerns

Sally Pollak | 
University of Vermont Medical Center serves two million meals a year, and is a national leader in purchasing, preparing and ...

Judge weighs arguments in Vermont GM labeling case

Dan D'Ambrosio | 
A federal judge is weighing whether to put the brakes on Vermont’s first-in-the-nation GMO labeling law before it even goes ...

Ben & Jerry’s asks court to drop GMO lawsuit

Dan D'Ambrosio | 
Attorney General William Sorrell is bolstering his argument in federal court to dismiss a lawsuit against Vermont's GMO labeling law ...

Vermont asks court to throw out lawsuit against GMO labeling law

Terri Hallenbeck | 
Vermont has the right to require that genetically modified foods sold within the state be labeled, the state attorney general ...

Ben & Jerry’s goes GMO-free, say goodbye to “Coffee Heath Bar Crunch”

Terri Hallenbeck | 
What's rolling off the production line in St. Albans is an old flavor with a new name and new ingredients ...

Vermont farmers disagree on GMO safety, environmental impact and labeling issues

Dan D'Ambrosio | 
There was a celebration on the Statehouse steps in May when Gov. Peter Shumlin signed a bill into law that ...

Vermont’s GMO labeling law passed because of well-organized and well-funded campaigns

Terri Hallenbeck | 
Despite the threat of a lawsuit hanging over their heads from food manufacturers, key lawmakers in Vermont went from skeptical ...

Vermont senate move mandatory GMO labeling law forward

Terri Hallenbeck | 
The Senate gave a decisive 26-2 vote Tuesday for a bill that would require labeling of foods that contain genetically ...
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