GMO-FREE DEBATE LEADS COMPANIES TO TAKE LABEL PRECAUTIONS

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Marketers are avoiding the "GMO-free" labeling controversy by focusing on ingredients, rather than the product as a whole, according to products featured at the Natural Products Expo West here last month.Due to the concern over possible risks to humans from eating genetically modified foods or ingredients, many companies have used "GMO-free" (GMO meaning genetically modified organisms)

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Marketers are avoiding the "GMO-free" labeling controversy by focusing on ingredients, rather than the product as a whole, according to products featured at the Natural Products Expo West here last month.

Due to the concern over possible risks to humans from eating genetically modified foods or ingredients, many companies have used "GMO-free" (GMO meaning genetically modified organisms) on food packages. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration maintains that using

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