SACRAMENTO, Calif. — An initiative on California's November ballot that would require labeling of genetically modified foods would create a "litigation nightmare" for grocery retailers if it is approved, Ronald K. Fong, president of the California Grocers Association here, said Thursday.
According to Fong, Proposition 37 "isn't really about the right to know but the right to sue — and when it is time to sue, grocery retailers will be on the front line. ...
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