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Dietary supplements may be subject to federal GMO labeling law

Steven Hoffman | 
Dietary supplements, too, are subject to GMO ingredients. For example, in many nutritional supplement products, soy lecithin is a common ...

Natural products producers: Let the consumer market decide on GE labeling

Loren Israelsen | 
It’s the most contentious issue for industry since the passage of the Organic Foods Production Act of 1990 or the ...
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Natural products industry conflicted over GM labelling

Josh Long | 
The trade groups in the natural products industry often collaborate, advocating for the same or similar policies on Capitol Hill, ...

Does Prop 37 bar “natural” labeling of non-GM foods?

Josh Long | 
The first sentence of California's Proposition 37 sums up its essence: "California consumers have the right to know whether the ...

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