Close to 600 retailers took part in last year's inaugural Non-GMO Month in October, hosting in-store events and promoting the sale of products bearing the Non-GMO Project seal. This year, organizers hope to go bigger. In addition to retailer promotions, next month thousands of supporters will participate in the GMO Right2Know March from New York to Washington. The two-week event invites protesters to hike the entire 313 miles or tag along for a few hours, with stops along the way at grocery ...
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