Washington’s Food Fight: The Debate Over GMO Labels

The labeling debate for biotech foods is heating up, and nowhere more so than in Washington State, where consumers will soon be voting on Initiative 522, which would make GMO labels mandatory. TVW, Washington’s public affairs network, aired a documentary examining the issue yesterday. They interviewed a number of consumers, stakeholders and farmers on both sides of the debate, including our own president Neal Carter (particularly 33-39mins into the video). The hour long film is publicly available online, free of cost, on their website and directly below. Additionally, we encourage you to read more about our position on labeling, and
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Blogger Betsie Estes: OSF offers transparency, consumer benefits

Betsie Estes, in her own words, is a “Mom, wife, 9-5’er, blogger, Field Mom (@FieldMomBetsie), maid, chef and chauffer.” Over at her blog, Super Suburbs, she shares her thoughts on anything and everything – including agriculture and biotech foods. Last month, she got the chance to see a presentation from OSF president Neal Carter at BIO 2013, and today she shares her thoughts on our company and nonbrowning Arctic® apples: I have been fortunate enough to have some very enlightening experiences over the past few years, from touring farms to talking to scientists, and along the way I am learning
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