Major Brands Reverse Course on genetically modified food labels

It’s been a heady time for advocates of genetically modified food labeling like Oakland’s Gary Ruskin.

Working out of the Rockridge studio apartment he shares with his daughter, Ruskin is co-director of the consumer group U.S. Right to Know. Back in 2012, he was campaign manager for the California GMO labeling ballot initiative, Proposition 37, which ultimately didn’t pass. But in recent weeks, the landscape has shifted dramatically in his movement’s favor.

First, the Senate blocked a controversial measure [read more]

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