WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Greenpeace stepped up its campaign against genetically modified food recently, holding press conferences here and in two other cities to announce its new consumer guide to national and private label brands likely to contain genetically modified ingredients. On a Web site published by the environmental organization, located at www.truefoodnow.org, are several pages of information, including some supermarkets' own brands that potentially contain GMOs, excluding Wild Oats', ...

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