GMO Law: No Right to Know

by Admin on September 5, 2016

U.S GMO labeling bill (Deny Americans Right to Know Act)  allows food companies to hide GMO labels on genetically engineered productssyringe-1501001_960_720


President Obama passed a legislation dubbed the Deny Americans the Right to Know, or DARK Act (H.R. 1599) that blocks the state or local authority to label and regulate genetically engineered food (GE) products on August 2016.

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This bill also nullifies the GE seed labeling laws passed in Vermont and Virginia that allows farmers to choose what seeds they want to buy and plant. Furthermore, it preempts Alaska’s law which required the labeling of any GE fish or fish product.

Currently, 64 countries around the world require labeling of genetically modified foods. Many Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia require that their foods be labeled.

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