SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The debate over Proposition 37 — a California ballot initiative to label genetically modified foods — is heating up as the election draws near. While only a handful of crops are genetically modified — including some squash, papaya, sweet corn, soy, cotton and sugar beets (a GE apple and salmon might soon be approved) — GM ingredients are widely used in processed foods, according to Stacy Malkan, media director for the Yes on Prop 37 ...

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