genetically engineered foods
CU praises Vermont’s Senate for passing GMO labeling bill, would be first state in nation to enact such a law
Group urges Governor Shumlin to sign bill immediately
Vows to continue to fight for mandatory labeling in states
The speakers will present their viewpoints on GMO vs. non-GMO and audience members will be encouraged to participate in the discussion.
The turnout demonstrates that consumers and farmers alike are infuriated that biotech companies are not held to the same safety standards
CU supports mandatory labeling of GE foods at the sate and federal levels and therefore also supports A3525A.
The new peer-reviewed long-term pig feeding study just published raises important concerns about possible health impacts of consuming genetically engineered (GE) corn and soy.
CU supports mandatory labeling of GE foods and so supports H1936, H2037 and H2093.
Vermont’s historic vote is a major victory for consumer demand for the labeling of genetically engineered food
Consumers Union (CU) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Draft Environmental Assessment and Preliminary Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) Concerning a Genetically Engineered (GE) Atlantic Salmon. For reasons articulated below, we strongly urge FDA not to approve the application for AquaBounty’s AquAdvantage Salmon (AAS) at this time and Continue Reading