Although the discussion might not yet be trickling into the average supermarket, activist groups and the natural food industry have been bringing the controversial issue of genetically modified foods to the attention of more consumers through recent initiatives on labeling. One of these initiatives is the two-week Right2Know March starting earlier this month calling for labeling of GM foods. Starting in New York City, marchers held store events and planned to end their event with a rally ...

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