YES on 37

How can adding more information to food labels ever be a bad thing?

Voting YES on California’s Proposition 37 will require all genetically modified foods to be labeled, something that’s currently not done in the US but is done in more than 50 other countries. This means you’ll have a choice between buying an ear of corn that’s been genetically modified and one that has not. Contrary to what the opponents of Prop 37 (Monsanto, Pepsi, etc.) say, the new California law, if passed, will not increase costs to farmers OR consumers. It merely requires an increase in information on food labels. The consumer always retains their ability to buy the foods that they think are best for their families.

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The truth about Prop 37

  • Just a simple label—like in 61 other countries, indicating if our food has been genetically engineered
  • Put on the ballot by a million Californians just like you
  • Enables us to make an informed choice about what foods are right for our families. Supported by
  • consumers, farmers, nurses, doctors and a broad coalition