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Washington States’ GMO Labeling initiative, I-522 as described by the Secretary of State’s office, the measure “would require most raw agricultural commodities, processed foods, and seeds and seed stocks, if produced using genetic engineering as defined, to be labeled as genetically engineered when offered for retail sale.”

See a related list of companies that worked to stop GMO labeling in California.
http://www.anh-usa.org/boycott-companies-fighting-prop-37/

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*The Grocery Manufacturers Association includes these Companies: 
Safeway (O Organics), StarbucksTargetCon-Agra (Alexia, Hunt’s Organic and Natural Brands, Lightlife, Orville Redenbacher’s Organic), Kellogg’s (Kashi, Bear Naked, Gardenburger, Morningstar Farms), Unilever (Ben & Jerry’s), Kraft (Boca Burgers), General Mills (Cascadian Farm, Larabar, Muir Glen), Hershey’s (Dagoba,) Coca-Cola (Honest Tea, Odwalla), Dean Foods (Horizon Organic, Silk, White Wave),Pepsico (Naked Juice, Tostito’s Organic, Tropicana Organic), Smucker’s (R.W. Knudsen).

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More information on I-522: http://yeson522.com/

PHONE APP: You know who the bad guys are. The brands and companies that have pumped millions into campaigns aimed at defeating your right to know. But there are a lot of companies on your side, too. The best way to reward those companies is to buy their products. So we’ve just made it a little easier to find them.

The Organic Consumers Association has created “Buy Organic Brands that Support Your Right to Know,” a campaign on the popular buycott.com mobile phone app. It works like this. First, download the app (it’s free), and sign up for our campaign. Then take your mobile phone with you to the store, and use the app to scan the barcode on products before you buy them. The app will look up the product, determine what brand it belongs to, and figure out what company owns that brand .Then it will cross-check the product owners against the companies and brands included in our “Right to Know” campaign. https://www.causes.com/posts/833171-buycott-theres-an-oca-app-for-that

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