MONSANTO LOOSING FIGHT IN VERMONT [VIDEO]
The Vermont state Senate Wednesday passed a bill requiring mandatory labeling of foods containing genetically modified ingredients. If the bill becomes law, Vermont would be the first state to require such labeling. The European Union has made the practice obligatory for its members since 20002, and China in 2013 banned the import of corn that is genetically modified. There have been major corporate and other influences in the US, however, that have blocked the labeling of GMO foods from being required. Speaking with RT’s Lindsay France about the controversy surrounding labeling is environmental health advocate Stacy Malkan.