GMO Law Voids Farmer’s Market GMO Rule

by Admin on September 13, 2016

The new federal GMO law nullifies a local Farmer’s Market GMO rulfruit-200469_960_720

The newly passed law that preempts local authority from regulating GMO products in the U.S has temporarily nullified a Bloomington Farmer’s Market rule which required GMO products to be labelled with signs that have at least half an inch sized letters.

The new law dubbed the DARK (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act was passed earlier this year. Under this law, the food companies are exempt from labeling products that have been genetically engineered.

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According to Genetic Literacy Project, only two vendors of the 130 sell GMO crops. In accordance with the new rule the Farmer’s Market can no longer make GMO labeling a requirement. The vendors can simply choose whether to continue labeling their products.

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