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Topic - Grocery Manufacturers Association
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People who want to know more about genetically modified ingredients in their food would be able to get it on some packages, but not others, under a plan the industry is pushing.
After 20 years, the nutrition facts label on the back of food packages is getting a makeover.
In the absence of federal regulation, states from Rhode Island to Hawaii are considering laws to require labels on food items containing genetically modified ingredients.
A Washington initiative aimed at requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods was trailing Tuesday after a $30 million campaign food-fight.
Ballot questions are taking center stage in the Nov. 5 elections as voters in a half-dozen states grapple with issues including marijuana taxes, genetically modified foods and casino gambling.
Thousands of ingredients that go into food have been classified as safe by private industry alone, without any government oversight, according to a new report published Wednesday.
Just as that Energy Star tag helps you choose your appliances, a new report says a rating symbol on the front of every soup can, cereal box and yogurt container could help hurried shoppers go home with the healthiest foods.
Uncle Sam wants you to know more about what you're eating.
Zapping salad fixings with just a bit of radiation can kill dangerous E. coli and other bacteria _ and food safety experts say Europe's massive outbreak shows wary consumers should give the long-approved step a chance.
Some of the nutrition information listed in government-mandated food labels will be repeated on package fronts under a new system that food makers and grocery stores are introducing.
Some of the nutrition information listed in government-mandated food labels will be repeated on package fronts under a new system that food makers and major grocers are introducing.