In our wired community, we count on easy access to reliable information to make many important decisions in our lives. In the grocery store, we are able to make informed decisions about whether to buy groceries with natural or artificial flavorings, or fish that was farm-raised or wild-caught, because these products are labeled in these ways.
But we currently lack critical information about our groceries because we don’t know which products contain genetically engineered ingredients and which do not. Initiative 522, which voters will decide in the Nov. 5 election, would solve this problem by labeling foods processed with genetic engineering, enabling shoppers to make informed decisions for themselves and their families.
Click here to read more about I-522.