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Luddities & GMO Food Labeling

IFIC is right, there is no nutritional or food safety reason to label. For more information read: http://bit.ly/SP0uod

The food industry has been polling consumers on what they want on food packages before the Nutrition Facts Box arrived. In short, they want everything under the sun. Whether they understand anything is the question since a warninhg about everything, is a warning about nothing and consumers become braindead when real warnings are issued.

Legislation by Proposition is part of California democracy. But this is not a 'right to know" bill; rather, it is a bounty hunter's full employment act.

Posted by Jeff Nedelman
06 August 2012 | 17h35

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