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Argument: Arbitrary labeling rules do not offer any real choice

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Gregory Conko. "Mandatory Labeling Is A Bad Idea." Objective Science. March 23, 2003: "Although GM food labelling is already mandatory, advocates claim that the stronger new labelling and traceability rules will ensure that consumers have more complete information, enabling them to make informed choices. In truth, the measures will do no such thing. Both the existing and the proposed labelling regulations only require certain categories of GM foods to be labelled, and provide no context for why some are to be labelled and others exempt. So to make truly informed choices, shoppers must rely upon other sources of information."

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