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GMO labeling

Anti-GMO crusader Jeffrey Smith: ‘Labeling GMOs was never the end goal it was a tactic to get them banned’

Forbes | 
Because “public-interest” groups cloak themselves with the feel-good mantle of protecting consumers, the environment, animals, etc., the motives of such ...
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State GMO labeling laws may lead to deluge of other process-related food labels

Forbes | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Manufacturers of chocolate, pet ...

Here we go again? Mandatory biotech food labeling initiative moves forward in Washington (state)

Forbes | 
The following is an excerpt. Not even a year after fighting a bruising and costly battle over the “California Right ...

Shoddy drafting or part of the plan?: The “natural” problem in California’s biotech food labeling initiative, according to pro-biotech commenter

Forbes | 
The “California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act,” also known as Proposition 37 (“Prop 37″), advances the deeply misguided ...

Anti-biotech food activists’ drive for mandatory labeling takes a double hit

Legal Pulse | 
Opponents of agriculture biotechnology have been loudly hailing the certification of a mandatory genetically enhanced food labeling ballot initiative in ...
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