A proposed U.S. position on food labeling could create problems for producers wishing to identify items as GMO-free. That's according to Consumer Reports publisher Consumer Union and more than 80 farmer, public health, environmental and organic food organizations who expressed their concern in a letter sent last month to the Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The group takes specific issue with a U.S. draft position paper that states that mandatory labeling ...

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