Genetically engineered food does not have to be labeled in the U.S., but 90% of Americans want labels on GMOs.
According to the Environmental Working Group:
Genetically engineered foods are appearing on supermarket shelves with increasing frequency. While the scientific debate about the benefits and risks of genetically engineered crops is vigorous and unlikely to reach a consensus anytime soon, you have a right to know what you are eating now.
What do you think? Should GMO foods carry a label? If so, you can take action: Sign the EWG petition!
More on GE food labels at Eat Drink Better:
- GMO Food Labels: Progress in 2012?
- New California Bill Calls for GMO Labeling
- New Connecticut Bill Seeks GMO Labeling