John Rigolizzo, Jr. is a fifth generation farmer, raising fresh vegetables and field corn in southern New Jersey. The family farm produces for retail and wholesale markets. John is a volunteer board member of Truth About Trade & Technology.
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Posted On: Wednesday, 7/31/2013 1:24 am
Answered By: John Rigolizzo, Jr., Fifth-generation Farmer; Board Member, Truth About Trade & Technology, Monday, 11/18/2013 1:56 pm
A: Of course companies can choose to label their products if they like. There is nothing prohibiting voluntary labeling and many companies do. In fact, there’s an easy way to know if a product does not have GMOs – look for the organic label. But this issue is more complex because labeling could be very confusing, as I’ve recently discussed on the Truth About Trade & Technology blog. An excerpt from my entry which addresses your question is included below:“Experts at the U.S. Food and Drug... Continue Reading
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