WASHINGTON – Pointing to the narrow defeat of a Washington state ballot initiative, the Center for Food Safety vows to continue its fight to label foods made with genetic engineering. The CFS attributes the defeat of Initiative 522 to a heavily funded opposition campaign. But the CFS is confident that labeling of genetically engineered foods will soon become a reality. "The question is not if GE foods will be labeled. The question is when," Andrew Kimbrell, executive ...
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