SEATTLE -- PCC Natural Markets here has sent more than 12,000 letters, signed by the food cooperative's customers, petitioning Congress to pass a law requiring labels on genetically modified foods. The two-week campaign was waged from table displays inside each of the retailer's eight units in and around the Puget Sound area of Washington state. The drive was held in April, and culminated on Earth Day, though the entire package was just verified and sent to Capitol Hill, said officials. ...

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