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Efforts requiring manufacturers to label products made with genetically-engineered ingredients failed in California and, more recently, New Mexico. But the push for transparency lives on in other states, namely Washington
With such scenes playing out with more regularity, even opponents to GMO labeling have realized that this state-by-state (or, even worse, city-by-city) fight is going to be long, messy and expensive. It was no surprise when we recently read that nearly two dozen major food companies met with the Food and Drug Administration and the leaders of the labeling campaign to discuss a compromise on Jan. 11.
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