The groups also disagree about how the proposition would affect consumers. Last week, the No on 37 campaign distributed a study by Northridge Environmental Management Consultants that found that re-labeling, repackaging or remaking thousands of grocery products with higher priced ingredients would increase the cost of food sold by as much as $5.2 billion a year, adding $350 to $400 to the typical family’s grocery bill. “Prop 37 will drive up grocery costs for California ...

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