SOURCE: Sustainable BrandsDESCRIPTION:
Socially responsible investment themes come to light in a range of industries we touch every day. Agriculture and food is a prime example, and the emergence of GMO labelling is a big part of the conversation.
With Vermont now the third state to require food labels to reveal the presence of genetically modified ingredients, issues of food sustainability are about to become a little clearer. Stricter labeling guidelines will soon follow; down the road, it could be illegal to market products containing GMO ingredients using descriptions such as “natural,” “naturally made” or “naturally grown.”
But they could still be local … and good for you.
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KEYWORDS: Ethical Production and Consumption, Agribusiness, sustainable brands, GMO, GMO labelling, sustainable food, Vermont