Browsing the "Genetically Modified Food" Tag

Maui GMO Moratorium Passes in a Close Race

November 5th, 2014 | by Becky Striepe

There was some not-so-great GMO news from yesterday's election, but in Hawaii non-GMO advocates have something to celebrate! The Maui GMO moratorium passed by a narrow margin


CT Gov Signs First US GMO Labeling Law!

December 12th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

Governor Dannel Malloy made history Wednesday by signing the first U.S. GMO labeling bill into law. There's a hurdle or two still to clear, before the law can take effect; but CT just won the Best In Show (So Far) prize, in the ever-escalating race for increased U.S. regulation of genetically modified foods. Well done, Connecticut!


#YesOn522: Washington’s GMO Labeling Initiative Draws Industry Wrath, Voter Support

September 18th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

Biotech megacorporations learned from Prop 37 that your vote is for sale -- at least, that's what they think they learned. Washington's upcoming GMO labeling initiative known as I-522 looks posed to turn that assumption on its head, with 66% of voters polled in that state saying they will definitely or probably vote in favor of mandatory GMO labeling this November.


Top 10 Most Common GMO Foods

June 18th, 2013 | by Chris Keenan

Genetically modified food is already present in the supermarkets. We don't always know which foods are GMO and which are non-GMO. Besides looking for label, here are 10 foods that are commonly GMO.



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