The Grocery Manufacturers Association will sue the state of Vermont in the coming weeks to overturn a precedent-setting GMO labeling measure signed into law Thursday, it said. Deemed by GMA as "critically flawed," the law requires disclosure of foods containing genetically modified ingredients, beginning in 2016. “Consumers who prefer to avoid GM ingredients have the option to choose from an array of products already in the marketplace labeled ‘certified ...

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