Resources

Labeling Documentation

Here are some documents you can reference when running a local GMO labeling campaign. Please feel free to download and share.

pdf file  AB 88 Ocean Conservancy Background
pdf file  Alaska SB 25 Labeling of Genetically Engineered Fish
pdf file  American Medical Association House of Delegates
pdf file  California Ballot Initiative text
pdf file  Fact Sheet AB 88 (GE Salmon)
pdf file  GMO legislation synopsis Feb 2012
pdf file  GMOs in Austin
pdf file  Labeling Doesn’t Raise Food Costs
pdf file  Michelle McCabe Env Committee—GMO testimony 02-21-12—edit THwang
pdf file  Support for Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods is Nearly       Unanimous

Below are links you can reference when running a local GMO labeling campaign. Please feel free to share.

If you are already participating in a campaign and would like to share any labeling documentation, please forward to labeling@foodpolicyfund.org. Thank you.

Media Coverage

In an interview with an AP reporter on March 14, 2012, Trudy Bialic, Director of Public Affairs for PCC Natural Markets, Seattle was quoted in most of the following:

Google “Washington farmers throw support behind GMO labeling” to see more.

Labels for altered foods win backing in Conn.—CBS News

Connecticut took the first step requiring producers to label genetically modified food Wednesday, as a legislative committee overwhelmingly backed a measure promoted as giving consumers more information while avoiding the debate over health concerns.

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e-Reports—July 11, 2011

AMA House considers resolution from your ISMA delegation

CT-N OnDemand with Jeffrey Smith about GMOs and Labeling Bill

This is a detailed video from Jeffrey Smith visit to Connecticut in early March Rep. Roy held a news conference/public forum on GMO’s (Genetically Modified Organisms). The news conference featured information and legislation (HB 5117) aimed at labeling foods that contain GMO’s. After the news conference, the legislative forum featured Jeffrey Smith, a leading consumer advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices.