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Wired News
QR Codes for GMO Labeling Could Actually Be a Great Idea. Couldso they’ll use a QR code. The bill’s opponents are already calling it out. “It’
QR Codes for GMO Labeling Could Actually Be a Great Idea. Could
Wired News / Posted 13 days ago
so they’ll use a QR code. The bill’s opponents are already calling it out. “It’s really not a way of labeling,” says Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of the Center for Food Safety. “It’s really a way of hiding.” But slapping on mandatory... Read more
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Quartz
Big Food is disclosing the nitty gritty details of our food—in a place where no one looksis really a way of putting more and more distance between the consumer and the
Big Food is disclosing the nitty gritty details of our food—in a place where no one looks
Quartz / Posted 14 days ago
is really a way of putting more and more distance between the consumer and the information they need to know,” said Andrew Kimbrell, director of Center for Food Safety. “This is non-labeling hiding as labeling. It’s really easy to label—just... Read more
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The Hill
FDA concerned with GMO labeling 'compromise'engineering.” “The FDA critique makes it very clear that this is really a non-
FDA concerned with GMO labeling 'compromise'
The Hill / Posted 27 days ago
engineering.” “The FDA critique makes it very clear that this is really a non-labeling bill disguised as a labeling bill,” Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of the Center for Food Safety, said in a statement. “Its very definition excludes vast... Read more
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CommonDreams.org
Food Movement Opposes “Backroom Deal” on GMO Labelingcoalition is calling on the Senate to say NO to this legislation and stand up f
Food Movement Opposes “Backroom Deal” on GMO Labeling
CommonDreams.org / Posted 29 days ago
coalition is calling on the Senate to say NO to this legislation and stand up for every American’s right to know,” said Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of Center for Food Safety. “This supposed compromise would ensure that most consumers... Read more

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