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Federal GMO labeling law temporarily nullifies local farmer’s market GMO rule

07:00 EDT 12 Sep 2016 | Genetic Literacy Project

A new federal law has reversed a local farmers’ market’s requirement about labeling GMO produce. Congress approved legislation that requires food labels to list genetically-modified ingredients, or GMOs… The federal regulations nullify the previous 2016 labeling requirements for the Bloomington Farmers’ Market, which required a sign to have at least an inch and a half […]

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