24 Aug '12, 4pm

Organic companies against labeling GMOs?

Organic companies against labeling GMOs?

If proposition 37 in California passes, foods that contain genetically modified (GM) ingredients would be required by law to have a label saying so. This would be a huge step forward for those of us who care about not eating GM food. It would also be a step forward for those who think we just have the right to know what is in our food. Unfortunately, while the proposition has a lot of people support, it has significantly less funding in support of it. There has been $23,500,000 raised from companies to fight against Prop 27, while only $2,780,000 in support of it. With GM ingredients in so many store-bought brands, it is hardly surprising that money is being thrown against this Prop. However, what is surprising is how some of our organic purchases could be helping the cause against labeling GM foods! The Cornucopia Institute released a fact sheet sharing many brands that w...

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