Major food companies move to label GMOs

Food industry continues to state uniform, national standard needed from Congress.

The Senate failed to advance legislation ahead of its April recess to apply a uniform food labeling standard for genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Now, food companies are being forced to make major decisions on how to comply with Vermont’s labeling law, which goes into effect July 1.

In recent days, announcements have come down from Kellogg’s, General Mills and Mars that they will begin labeling their products nationwide in order to comply with Vermont’s law.

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