UK: EU vote on GM labelling stirs protest, Blair weighs in
The European Parliament will tomorrow [Wednesday] vote on new a labelling regime for genetically modified foods that would require labelling for all products containing more than 0.5% of GM organisms. The vote is intended to progress the European deadlock on GM labelling by introducing new rules. Some EU Member States have taken the position that they will not licence any new GM foods until a clear, comprehensive labelling and traceability regime is implemented.
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