How far will the chemical companies go to keep Americans from our right to know what's in our food? After spending over $100 million on dirty campaigns and violating election laws to stop initiatives to label genetically engineered foods in Washington, California and Oregon, the chemical food lobby has convinced Congress to make it illegal for states to label GMOs. Read all about it here:
Not a good move for the food industry, which needs to win back the trust of American shoppers who want to know if their food is genetically engineered, via simple lables that are already required in 64 other countries.
|July 2016||Keeping Secrets from Consumers: Labeling law a win for industry/academic partnerships|
|July 2016||Congress Backs Big Food over Consumers with GMO Labeling Law|
|July 2016||Congress Passes Law that Nullifies Vermont's GMO Labeling|
|Apr 2014||Food lobby floats bill to make state GMO labeling illegal|
|Aug 2016||11,000 Grocery Stores in US Reject GMO Salmon
|Mar 2014||Will Walmart be known as the genetially engineered salmon store?|
|Jan 2014||Under pressure from activist groups, Cheerios goes GMO free|
|Nov 2013||Gerber, McDonald's say no to GMO apple|
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