The Maine Grocers and Food Producers Association, which advocates a federal response to GMOs, opposes a new state law that would mandate GM labeling after five other states take the lead. Connecticut passed a similar law last year. “We advocate reserving labels to convey serious health information and we certainly have supported voluntary labeling of genetically modified foods,” said Shelley Doak, executive director of MGFPA. “If individuals make a personal decision that ...

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