WASHINGTON -- Greenpeace, the international activist group, this month updated its "True Food Shopping List" with about 200 additional products that do not contain genetically modified ingredients. The original list was unveiled about a year ago and contains thousands of entries grouped into 20 categories. Greenpeace lists products that contain genetically modified ingredients on a red background, with GMO-free products on a green background. Nearly all of this year's additions were to the ...

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