Could the Senate Undermine Vermont’s GMO Labeling Law?
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FEATURING REBECCA SPECTOR – On July 1st, Vermont will become the first state in the nation to require labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) on foods being sold to the public. For years consumers groups have tried, and failed, to require labeling in states around the country, and food industry lobbyists have spent millions of dollars fighting such initiatives. In Vermont, democracy finally prevailed on this issue.
But now the US Senate, in what many are calling a “poorly drafted bill,” is attempting to undo the Vermont labeling law and others like it.
Find more at www.centerforfoodsafety.org.
Rebecca Spector, West Coast Director at the Center for Food Safety.