You probably already read food labels, but that won’t help you discern whether certain ingredients in a box or can are derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs). As a health-minded individual, you’d probably like to make buying decisions based on that knowledge, but current U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policy doesn’t require genetically engineered foods to be labeled. Do you think this is important? Let us know your thoughts. Drop a comment to editor in chief Sandy Todd Webster at [email protected] Better yet, let the FDA know your thoughts on the matter by submitting a comment at www.justlabelit.org.
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