MONROVIA, Calif. -- Trader Joe's, a limited-assortment food retailer with 172 stores across the country, said it plans to eliminate genetically modified organisms from its private-label product ingredients within a year. The decision follows a campaign by Greenpeace USA, Washington, and other groups to urge Trader Joe's to get rid of GMOs. The announcement was made on a day that Greenpeace had planned store-level actions such as petition signing and leafleting. However, the decision was ...

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