As consumers, we have the right to know what’s in our food.

MONTPELIER VT - Vermont became the first state to enact a law (H.112) requiring labels on foods with genetically modified ingredients when Governor Shumlin signed the bill into law on the steps of the Vermont State House.

That’s why in 2014, Vermont passed landmark legislation that would give consumers the right to know if their food was produced using genetic engineering.

Now, we’re working to make sure that this law, Act 120, is implemented successfully and that consumers will see labels on food sold in the state starting the summer of 2016.

 




General Mills, Kellogg, Con Agra, and Mars will label genetically engineered foods in the U.S.

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Over the past week, four of the nation’s largest food manufacturers have announced that they will join Campbell’s in labeling genetically engineered foods sold in the United States to comply with Vermont’s upcoming GMO labeling law. Food giants General Mills, Kellogg, Con Agra, and Mars made their announcements after a…

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