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As consumers, we have the right to know what’s in our food.  But right now we don’t know whether products contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms), because they don’t currently have to be labeled. In fact, three-quarters of the food on store shelves are the product of genetic engineering, but have not been proven safe. These foods aren’t labeled in America, but they are in over 60 countries, including all of Europe and even China.

Learn how you can help Vermont lead the way, by requiring labeling of GMO foods sold in the state.

GMO Labeling Proposed Rules Public Hearing

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We have hit an important step in the process of labeling genetically engineered foods in Vermont. On Wednesday, February 4th from 5:00-6:00pm at the State House in Montpelier, the Attorney General’s Office will hold the final public hearing on the proposed rules for enforcing Vermont’s GMO labeling law. The Attorney…

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Our Day in Court

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On Wednesday January 7th the Federal District Court in Burlington will be hearing the first oral arguments on Vermont’s landmark GMO labeling law. The arguments will center on the State’s Motion to Dismiss the lawsuit, and the Plaintiffs’ request to stop implementation of the law. This is a major step in deciding…

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Help Stop the DARK Act!

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Our elected officials in Washington are all strong supporters of a consumer’s right to know what is in their food. We need them to help us defeat HR.4432, otherwise known as the DARK (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act. The Act would wipe out Vermont’s first in the nation…

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