Voters in Washington State will decide in November whether they want product labels to indicate if the food or its ingredients were genetically engineered. Proponents of I-522 say they believe that consumers have a right to know what's in their food, while opponents, including the Grocery Manufacturers Association, argue that the labels could be misleading because consumers may interpret them to imply that ingredients with genetically engineered plants are different or unsafe to eat.
GMO label question heads to Washington State voters
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