Wal-Mart may back GM labeling initiative

| February 4, 2013 |
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The following is an excerpt.

With Washington State on the verge of a ballot initiative that would require labeling of some foods containing genetically engineered ingredients and other states considering similar measures, some of the major food companies and Wal-Mart, the country’s largest grocery store operator, have been discussing lobbying for a national labeling program.

The inclusion of Wal-Mart has buoyed hopes among labeling advocates that the big food companies will shift away from tactics like those used to defeat Proposition 37 in California last fall, when corporations spent more than $40 million to oppose the labeling of genetically modified foods.

Read the full article here: Genetic Changes to Food May Get Uniform Labeling

  • Mike

    Good for Wal-Mart!
    Everyone, before buying this sites “pro gmo” spin go watch the movies “Food Inc.” and “Seeds of Death” to hear the other side of this topic. GMO’s are bad OK.