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  • How to spot GMOs on your grocery store shelf

    Scott Faber of the Environmental Working Group, an organization pushing for GMO labels on food packaging, shares some tips for finding items on grocery store shelves that contain genetically modified organisms (GMO). As Vice President of Government Affairs at EWG, Faber is one voice standing against a controversial bill to prohibit states from requiring food companies to disclose the present of genetically modified (GMO) ingredients in their products.

How to spot GMOs on your grocery store shelf

Scott Faber of the Environmental Working Group, an organization pushing for GMO labels on food packaging, shares some tips for finding items on grocery store shelves that contain genetically modified organisms (GMO). As Vice President of Government Affairs at EWG, Faber is one voice standing against a controversial bill to prohibit states from requiring food companies to disclose the present of genetically modified (GMO) ingredients in their products.