Re: “I-522 could raise prices, panel of scientists says” (TNT, 10-10).
Changing labels won’t increase food prices. In the Huffington Post, Scott Faber says: “As a lobbyist for the food industry, I spent five years fighting proposals that would have raised food prices . . . What I learned is that adding a few words to a label has no impact on the price of making or selling food.”
The whole No on I-522 campaign is full of deliberate misinformation. To learn more, go to responsibletechnology.org or organicconsumers.org.
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