Genetic modification info a "distraction," some say

07/11/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A United Nations group on food labeling has reached an agreement that could open the door to food labels with information on genetic modification. However, the information is unlikely to appear soon on U.S. labels, and many say that's a good thing because the information is a "distraction" that is not related to food safety.

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