Genetically engineered foods
Even though I-522, Washington’s initiative to label genetically engineered foods, failed to pass, a bill to label GE salmon is being readied for the legislature to consider — a more targeted approach. Other national and state labeling efforts also continue.
Learn about genetically engineered crops and animals as well as processed food ingredients to watch out for.
Despite 20 years of promises that genetically engineered foods would reduce pesticide use, increase yields, and improve nutrition, the accumulating science shows these foods actually are part of the problem.
Learn about ways to keep GMOs out of your diet.