ConAgra Becomes Latest Food Giant to Announce Labeling for GMOs

HeadlineMar 23, 2016

ConAgra has become the latest food giant to announce plans to use labels disclosing the presence of genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, in foods throughout the United States. Campbell Soup Co., General Mills and Kellogg Company have also announced plans to apply the labels in order to comply with a new Vermont law requiring GMO labeling that will take effect in July.

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