Bills would require genetic labels

06/14/2013 | USA Today · CandyAndSnackToday.com

Several states, including Maine, Connecticut and Washington, are moving forward or looking to move forward with proposals that would require labels for foods with genetically modified ingredients. "As more and more states take action, I believe lawmakers in Washington will realize that Congress and the FDA must ensure that all Americans know what's in the food they're eating," said Sen. Barbara Boxer, D.-Calif., who introduced a bill that would bring the requirement to the federal level.

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