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  •  to be fair . . . (6+ / 0-)
    4.    Mandatory labeling is expensive. The end product of labeling, the label itself, would pose but a minute fraction of the cost. A lengthy and involved process would entail separating GMO and non-GMO foods, among other specifics. And who is going to pay for this? You guessed it–consumers of both GMO and non-GMO foods will pay for labeling in the form of higher food prices all around.
    Companies that export to the EU and others already have to separate their GMO from their non-GMO.

    So the added cost for this here would be zero.

    In the end, reality always wins.

    by Lenny Flank on Thu Jul 10, 2014 at 10:10:30 AM PDT

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