US food companies gain crucial concession on GM labelling
The new federal bill on the labelling of genetically-modified ingredients in the US includes a critical compromise which will allow the necessary product information to be communicated through a QR code. Ben Cooper asks whether this enshrines the consumer's right to know if GM ingredients are present or the right to find out.
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