Activists seek labeling on genetically modified foods

Consumer activists are concerned that foods containing genetically modified organisms may pose health risks and say manufacturers should be required to identify them for consumers. Protests targeting GMOs have taken place at unlikely locations such as <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP000017409" title="Whole Foods Market" href="/topic/business/consumer-goods-industries/food-industry/whole-foods-market-ORCRP000017409.topic">Whole Foods Market</a>, and against well-known health food brands, including Tofutti, Kashi and Boca Burgers.

( Alex Garcia / Chicago Tribune )

Consumer activists are concerned that foods containing genetically modified organisms may pose health risks and say manufacturers should be required to identify them for consumers. Protests targeting GMOs have taken place at unlikely locations such as Whole Foods Market, and against well-known health food brands, including Tofutti, Kashi and Boca Burgers.

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