The Biotechnology Industry Organization, the world’s largest industry trade group representing Monsanto Corp., Dow Chemical and other seed producers, says the labeling law will cost the average household $400 more annually for groceries.
The recent signing of the food-labeling bill by Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin is unfortunate on many levels.
Well, Vermonter, it seems that your insistence on being informed about the contents of the food you eat has just relegated you to the scrap heap of scientific ignorance and denial.
The Vermont Senate on Wednesday gave final approval to legislation that will require manufacturers to label foods with genetically engineered raw ingredients.
If the bill is enacted, the state would be the first in the nation to require manufacturers to label products containing genetically engineered ingredients.
An initiative to label foods containing genetically modified organisms sold in Vermont passed a legislative panel Thursday. The Senate Appropriations committee unanimously approved H.112, a food-labeling bill designed to disclose GMOs found in certain foods. The full Senate will take up the bill as soon as next week. Lawmakers anticipate defending the legislation in court […]
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill requiring the labeling of certain food products that contain genetically modified organisms. House passed a different version last year.
Val Giddings is a lobbyist. He’s a promoter of his product and his client. His product is GMOs. His clients are Monsanto and the biotech industry. He never seems to mention this in his testimony.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is taking more time to seek advice about a pending GMO labeling law because of concerns about legal challenges. H.112 would exempt some dairy products from the requirement that manufacturers label food containing genetically modified organisms. Senate Judiciary Chair Sen. Dick Sears, D-Bennington, has said he worries that the dairy exemption […]
Sen. Dick Sears says it would be irresponsible to set the state up for a potentially costly lawsuit without setting aside the money to pay for it.
Today, business leaders representing a broad cross section of Vermont’s food industry including suppliers, manufactures, and retailers, gathered at the Statehouse in Montpelier, VT to urge lawmakers to pass mandatory GMO labeling legislation, H.112.
More than 200 people attend joint committee hearing on a bill requiring the labeling of food containing genetically modified organisms. Virtually all of the speakers supported the law. It was passed out of a Senate committee on Friday.
News Release — Vermont Legislature Jan. 28, 2014 The Senate Agriculture Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing on H.112 – An act relating to the labeling of food produced with genetic engineering. The hearing will be held in the Vermont House Chamber on Thursday, February 6th from 6-8 PM. A signup […]
The Senate Agriculture Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing on H.112 – An act relating to the labeling of food produced with genetic engineering.