FDA Will Not Require Labels for Genetically Engineered Animals

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday announced that it would not require food producers to label meat, poultry or seafood sourced from genetically engineered or genetically modified animals.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday announced that it would not require food producers to label meat, poultry or seafood sourced from genetically engineered or genetically modified animals.

Several groups, including Consumer Reports publisher the Consumers Union, expressed disappointment at the decision, arguing that it ignores the shopper’s right to choose to consume or not consume these types of products.

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