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Two markets for dietary supplements: Non-GMO and ‘made with genetic technology’

NutraIngredients-USA.com | 
Opponents of the labeling of genetically modified ingredients have spent millions to defeat the various state ballot measures on the ...

GMO labeling push will propel certified organic market

Food Navigator | 
The struggle over GMO labeling will push the growth of certified organic products in the US in 2014, according to ...

Natural products association believes market-driven approach better than laws for GE labeling

NutraIngredients-USA.com | 
A market-driven approach that allows consumers to opt for foods made without genetically modified ingredients is preferable to mandatory labeling ...

Organic sector pinched by GMO tainting in seed and feed

Food Navigator | 
The following is an excerpt. Organic Valley recently announced a plan to distribute more than $1 million in grants to ...
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Popular mobile food app adds GMO feature

Food Navigator | 
Fooducate, a mobile app launched last year to help grocery store shoppers quickly look up nutrition and other product info ...
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