CA’s Prop 37 Failed. Now What?

Nov 8, 2012 by

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  • Irimorr

    I don’t think this is fair… the fact of the matter is that almost all of the food you’ll find in a grocery store has GMO’s in it. They clearly aren’t killing us. All that prop 37 would do is label every food in the grocery store, then create a NEW market for health food that didn’t have any GMOs in it. The new market would make no difference, just cost more, and make MORE money for the companies who this info graphic shames.

    • MonsantoBoycott

      The examples set forth by the dozens of other countries that have GMO labeling refute your claims. The use of GMOs is relatively new, frequently changing, and they are approved without adequate long-term testing. However, some have been proven to cause health problems in laboratory animal testing.

      It’s one thing if you choose to ingest genetically engineered food, willingly ignorant of their effects, but it’s conscionable to eliminate that choice and knowledge for those who do care.

      There is plenty of information on this site. Please feel free to look around…

    • GM Know

      Death by a thousand slices. GMOs are unique DNA proteins, lab-created by molecular breeders that are found nowhere else in nature. As a novel genetic strain introduced into our food supply, it represents a foreign protein, 15 years young, which humans have not had a chance to assimilate and become accustomed to over 100s of generations. It may not be killing us immediately, but it does tax immune system function and reduces overall health, thus weakening the system and introducing opportunities for secondary and tertiary illnesses.

      I suspect you’re a shill for the Ag biotech, Big PhooD cartel, yes? Your post has all the familiar textures and hues of a pesticide-in-food sympathizer.

  • Heather Beck

    You may need to do some more research if you feel this way. Food Inc, Future of Food, etc movies like that should be something you and others look into for more insight to this issue. I support Prop 37 100%! And if you care about our food sources then you should too.

  • Constance

    Here’s the problem I had with Prop37 as it stands:

    Exempted from this requirement foods that are
    - certified organic
    - unintentionally produced with genetically engineered material
    - made from animals fed or injected with genetically engineered material but not genetically engineered themselves
    - processed with or containing only small amounts of genetically engineered ingredients
    - administered for treatment of medical conditions
    - sold for immediate consumption such as in a restaurant
    - alcoholic beverages,_Mandatory_Labeling_of_Genetically_Engineered_Food_(2012)

    Define “unintentionally” and tell me why this makes it okay.
    Tell me why restaurant food and alcoholic beverages are exempt.

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