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Groundswell in movement to label GMO foods

April 4, 2012
Goodman Green, Brasscheck TV

Coinciding with a bill in the Connecticut legislature (HR 5117), to require the labeling of genetically-engineered foods, the Ledyard farmer’s market will lead by example by proudly labeling there organic produce as GMO-Free.

Also, more than one million Americans have signed a petition calling on the FDA to label GMO foods.

The use of GMOs has grown enormously in the United States, though 50 other countries have already severely limited or banned GMOs.

9 out of 10 Americans want, at the very least, the right to know what they are eating.

Here’s how farmers and consumers in Connecticut are leading by example…

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  1. April 5, 2012 3:12 pm

    Labeling gmo focuses on providing useful information to all consumers by indicating which ingredient or foods include ingredients that are genetically modified.

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