Like Knowing What You’re Eating? Get Ready for Lawsuits
The states of Vermont and California have made major strides in defending consumers’ right to know about the presence of genetically modified (GM) content in their food and the toxicity of agrochemicals. But industry wants to punish them for it.
(FULL DISCLOSURE: In 2012 Ruiz was bilingual social media director for the Organic Consumers Association's Millions Against Monsanto campaign. In this capacity, he worked for Proposition 37, a ballot measure in California that if approved by the electorate would have required all foods with GMO content to be labeled.)