Supermarket's biotech labeling initiative spreads misperception

04/5/2013 | Western Farm Press

Whole Foods Market's decision to label all biotech food in its stores would not only raise grocery prices, it would also spread misperceptions that biotech foods are not safe and nutritious to eat, Truth About Trade & Technology board member Ted Sheely writes in this commentary. Studies carried out by various groups and agencies including the American Medical Association and the FDA concluded that biotech foods are safe to eat, and there's no nutritional difference between biotech and non-biotech foods, Sheely writes.

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