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We label sugar and sodium content in food. Why not GMOs?

We label sugar and sodium content in food. Why not GMOs?

To the editor: Every day, thousands of perfectly rational consumers make their purchase decisions based on the amount of sugar or sodium that a product contains, decisions enabled by national food labeling standards. (“Vermont's newest export is bad GMO policy,” editorial, July 7)

Why should identifying and labeling foods containing genetically engineered ingredients be any different? Because, as The Times so eloquently describes them, those who would want the information to be available are “fear mongers pushing junk...

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