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The Great GMO Food Fight: What’s Next?

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  • After several hard-fought, heavily publicized attempts to pass mandatory GMO labeling in 30 states, Vermont passed a labeling law in May 2014 that is due to go into effect on July 1, 2016.
  • In the wake of nationwide consumer backlash, led by networks including the Organic Consumers Association, Mercola.com, Dr. Bronner’s, Food Democracy Now, Center for Food Safety and others, the DARK Act failed to reach the Senate.
  • No matter what Congress does, organic and natural health consumers need to get prepared, if we are to protect our health, the health of our families, and the health of the environment, soil, and climate.

By Ronnie Cummins

Twenty-two years after the controversial introduction of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) into the U.S. food supply, with no independent safety testing nor labeling required, a critical mass of Americans have made it clear that they want to know whether the food they are eating contains genetically engineered (GE) ingredients.

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