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  • Joseph Najjar's picture
    Joseph Najjar
    12.23.2013
    Playing God? This isn't a religious discussion, and church and state are supposed to be separated. Considering that, your points are inherently invalid, as far as how laws and regulations are written up. If you want to put labels on all foods, listing what is in them, that is fine. The problem is we are discussing forced labeling, which carries an implied caution. Even though there isn't a single shred of reputable evidence suggesting GMOs are unhealthy, Seeing particular foods labels will naturally turn away any who dont know enough to be able to trust it
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    Community Manager
    08.29.2013
    GMO Answers has received several similar questions on this topic, please review the following responses:
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