AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market’s commitment to full GMO transparency by 2018 drew mixed reaction from industry stakeholders last week.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association, Washington, opposes the labeling requirement that Whole Foods has proposed, saying it will mislead shoppers to think that foods produced through biotechnology materially differ from their conventional counterparts, Louis Finkel, executive vice president of government affairs for GMA, told SN.
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