Frito-Lay lawsuit puts all eyes on GMO definition

12/28/2011 |

A lawsuit filed against Frito-Lay raises the question of what constitutes genetically modified organisms, and marketers are hampered by differences between the World Health Organization and the U.S. federal government in GMO labeling and definitions. Foods and drinks containing GMOs are not required to say so on their labels in the U.S.; Frito-Lay says its products do not contain "any artificial or synthetic ingredients."

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