Big Ag Spending Millions to Defeat GMO Labeling Campaigns

Posted by Mike Confino, October 28, 2014

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Biotech and supermarket giants are spending more than $25 million to defeat ballot initiatives in two western states that would require labeling of foods containing genetically modified organisms. In Colorado, DuPont and Monsanto food companies are outspending supporters of mandatory labeling by 22-1 ahead of the 4 November vote, according to state campaign finance records.

In Oregon, meanwhile, industry is outspending supporters of the ballot measure by about 2-1.

via Big Ag Spending Millions to Defeat GMO Labeling Campaigns | Alternet.

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