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U.S. Senate approves legislation requiring GMO labels

If the federal bill passes, it would give companies the choice of labeling the existence of GMOs through different ways.

Wednesday 20 July 2016 (2 years 4 months 23 days ago)
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The U.S. Senate has approved legislation that would require the labeling of foods made with genetically modified organisms, clearing a major hurdle that could pave the way for the first national standard governing how consumers are informed about the controversial ingredients.

The bill cleared the Senate 63-30, and action now turns to the House of Representatives.

If the federal bill passes, it would give companies the choice of labeling the existence of GMOs through different ways, including the use of a digital QR code that would provide consumers with information about a product online through the use of a smartphone.

Friday July 8, 2016/ WSJ/ United States.
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