Wednesday, February 11, 2015
GMO Labeling Sweeping Nation: Arizona May Soon Enforce Labels
But only seeks to label certain products
State representatives in Arizona have proposed a measure that would require food manufacturers to label some genetically modified foods. Similar to Minnesota, Rhode Island, Indiana, and other states, at least Arizona lawmakers are listening to the people’s choice to have their food labeled as genetically modified when it contains biotech-altered ingredients.
Heading the effort is representative, Juan Mendez, a Democrat from Tempe, Arizona. He argues:
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