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Proposition 37's Flaws Dampen Support For Labeling Genetically Modified Foods

October 27, 2011

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By: Paresh Dave, Neon Tommy

Somewhere between 60 and 80 percent of food sold in the U.S. contains genetically modified ingredients, mainly corn and soybeans.

Canada, America, Brazil and Argentina grow more than 90 percent of the world's genetically modified crops. Monsanto, the main company fighting Prop. 37, owns 80 percent of the genetically modified seeds planted.

Genetically modified foods have not created any major problems for people who consume them, but advocates for Prop. 37 say people still should be able to easily avoid these foods if they choose to.

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