Genetically engineered food

The bill that would require labeling of genetically engineered bulk and packaged foods beginning in 2016 will go the state Senate Rules Committee and perhaps the Agriculture Committee. Above, Kent McKenzie, director of the Rice Experiment Station in Biggs, Calif., inside a greenhouse with a rice variety to be resistant to cold temperatures.
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( Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times / October 14, 2004 )

The bill that would require labeling of genetically engineered bulk and packaged foods beginning in 2016 will go the state Senate Rules Committee and perhaps the Agriculture Committee. Above, Kent McKenzie, director of the Rice Experiment Station in Biggs, Calif., inside a greenhouse with a rice variety to be resistant to cold temperatures.

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