GMO labels make good sense

By Marta Tellado - June 25, 2015

First, labeling is a simple and common sense solution to protect consumer choice. Companies that grow and sell genetically modified foods haven't yet come up with a convincing excuse to explain why their customers should not have this information. When those companies spend untold millions to keep their customers in the dark by battling efforts to properly label their products, we ask why. And when they tell us products shouldn't be labeled because they haven't been proven unsafe, we call foul. Food labels contain lots of information, from complete lists of ingredients to whether a product is homogenized.

GM labeling initiatives are being debated in a number of states. Here is genetically modified corn.
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