GMO IS SAFE
“Every major scientific body and regulatory agency in the world has reviewed the research about GMOs and openly declared crop biotechnology and the foods currently available for sale to be safe.”
-Genetic Literacy Project
There is already a voluntary non-GMO label that is useful to those who avoid GMO foods. In fact, it is very similar to the Vegan label, which is also voluntary and helps consumers identify foods that suit their preferences. The voluntary labeling system works.
GMO CAN BENEFIT VEGANS
Genetic modification is an innovative tool that can help vegans get better animal-free options. We need every possible tool at our disposal while animals suffer.
GMO INFORMATION IS GOOD
The more good, comprehensive, information the better! Think critically, look to the consensus of scientific experts.
GMO Labeling | Skeptical Vegan
Labeling. What is Kosher for a food community? | Biology Fortified, Inc.
The Right to Know What I’m Eating | The Food Ethics Blog
How To Do GMO Food Labeling Right | Biology Fortified, Inc
Should Companies Label Genetically Modified Foods? | The Food Ethics Blog
Labels for GMO Foods Are a Bad Idea | Scientific American
Mandatory Labeling Of Genetically Engineered Foods Deserves A Warning Label Of Its Own | Forbes
APS Position Statement on the Compulsory Labeling of Plants and Plant Products Derived from Biotechnology | American Phytopathological Society
Genetic Literacy Project Infographic: Is Labeling GMOs Really About Our “Right to Know”? | Forbes
GMO Labeling, I-522, and Why This Debate Sucks for Progressive Scientists Like Me | Food Matters, Scientific American Blog Network
Voluntary labeling is a better solution, costs nothing | ptleader.com: Perspectives
Full Disclosure: For Me the Burden of Proof Is On Those Who Argue for Government Regulation | Don Boudreaux
The Costs of GMO Labeling | The Foodie Farmer
A Right to Know, An Invitation to Know Less | Illumination
Storify: The first step is to change our labeling laws.”GMO labels. The purpose is…? | mem_somerville · Storify
Food scientist Bruce Chassy: Although some GMO sympathizers embrace labeling, it’s a disaster in waiting | Genetic Literacy Project
(GMO) Labeling the Harvest | Nebraska Wheatie