BOSTON -- Retailers in Vermont, the only state that requires special labeling for dairy products that contain milk stimulating hormones, are a little disgruntled. "[They] don't like the law and wish it would go away," said Jim Harrison, president of the Vermont Grocers Association, at the New England Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association conference here. "They really resent that the burden of labeling falls on them, not the manufacturer," said Harrison. "Some would probably not dislike it so much ...

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