AUSTIN, Texas -- Two major players in natural foods retailing have fully engaged programs to eliminate genetically modified organisms from their private-label products. Whole Foods Markets here said that as of Oct. 1 all products manufactured for its 365 "everyday value" line will be made without GMOs. However, it will take an unspecified period of time for these items to be rotated onto store shelves, said Denis Ring, spokesman on the private-label team of Whole Foods, which has 121 ...

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