Senate moves on a GMO labeling bill

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Senate yesterday passed a GMO labeling bill.Many agricultural groups agreed that while the bill is not perfect, it is important in addressing the Vermont labeling law that went into effect July 1.“Today, our representatives in the Senate took an important step toward bringing consistency to the marketplace,” said Chip Bowling, National Corn Growers Association president. “The Roberts-Stabenow agreement ensures consumers have the access to product information they deserve without stigmatizing this safe, proven technology that America’s farmers value. Now, we urge the House to build upon the Senate’s work today by quickly taking up and passing this legislation.”last_img

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