The Vermont House of Representatives passed a precedent-setting bill Wednesday that’s expected to make Vermont the first state to require disclosure of foods containing genetically modified ingredients.   The measure is awaiting approval from the governor who’s expected to sign it, according to reports. It would take effect in 2016. The National Cooperative Grocers Association is applauding Vermont lawmakers for passing the bill. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow ...

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