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Juliette Kando says
While I would not necessarily support a ban on GMO products I would support the need to denote which item are and are not. I do believe that this could be done, at least in part, without the need of more Washington bureaucracy.
I think GMO doesn't exactly work the way you have described (sorry, I am a biologist;), but the essence is true - intensive stock farmed animals are neither fit nor healthy to consume and GMO crops pose incredible dangers to our ecosystems.
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Liz Elias says
Thank you Lizzy, very insightful answer! I also don't see a single argument against strict labeling laws. Doesn't cost extra and it should be a consumer's right to know!
Mitch Alan says
Hi Mitch, that is an awesome approach you are suggesting! Now I should re-publish this question how many of you would change their choice of brand because of such type of 'look and see' possibility... Thanks for sharing your ideas