- Require labeling on raw or processed food offered for sale to consumers if the food is made from plants or animals with genetic material changed in specified ways.
- Prohibit labeling or advertising such food as “natural.”
- Exempt from this requirement foods that are “certified organic; unintentionally produced with genetically engineered material; made from animals fed or injected with genetically engineered material but not genetically engineered themselves; processed with or containing only small amounts of genetically engineered ingredients; administered for treatment of medical conditions; sold for immediate consumption such as in a restaurant; or alcoholic beverages.”
Here’s a list of the some of the companies trying to stop Prop 37, the California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act. These companies have directly donated to the campaign against GMO labeling.
READ MORE ABOUT PROP 37 —http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_26023.cfm
8/15/2012 Update: Monsanto Dumps 25 million into No on Prop. 37
Companies and their donations to STOP GMO Labeling:
Council for Biotechnology Information $375,00.00
Grocery Manufacturers Association $375,000.00
Pioneer Hi-Bred International $310,000.00
Biotechnology Industry Organization $252,000.00
BASF Plant Science $126,000.00
Syngenta Corporation $63,300.00
Nestle USA $64,471.00
J.M Smucker $20, 395.80
Hormel Foods $19,657.70
General Mills $19,400.28
Bimbo Bakeries $17,783.30
Campbell Soup Co. $5,340.56
Documentary (Full Length): Scientists Under Attack http://youtu.be/EXz4oo1qsXs
GMO FACTS: http://www.carighttoknow.org/facts
What does GMO (Genetically modified organism) mean?
GMO Myths and Truths
Who’s Banned GMOs?
NON-GMO Shopping Guide http://www.nongmoshoppingguide.com/download.html