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The labeling initiative largely covers processed foods that contain such ingredients, but there are exemptions for alcohol and restaurant meals.
Milk, cheese and other dairy products made from cows that are injected with the bovine growth hormone or eat genetically engineered feed like alfalfa would be exempt, but meat or dairy products from animals that are genetically engineered would be labeled.
Many other nations, including Japan, China and a host of European countries, already label genetically engineered food. In the United States, however, products that contain genetically engineered ingredients are generally not labeled.
Originally posted by artistpoet
I went to do my shopping today in the garden.
Fruits and vegetables of all kinds grown organically.
When I came to pay the bill it was very cheap