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 it. 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... Continue Reading
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