Study: Biotech-free food labels boost sales

05/24/2005 | Billings Gazette (Mont.)

A study by a Montana State University student suggests food products can achieve higher sales and higher prices if labeled to show they contain no biotech ingredients. The study dealt with milk labeled as having no bovine growth hormone, but the study author says the data "should apply to any food product and other types of health and environmental related product labels."

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