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Maine makes headlines as it became the second state to require labeling of genetically modified foods — days after the food industry began a renewed push to make GMO labeling voluntary.
Original Cheerios are now GMO-free, but other popular varieties of the cereal, such as Honey Nut and Apple Cinnamon, still contain genetically modified ingredients.
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Genetically modified food is everywhere in America’s supermarkets and restaurants. And since it’s not labeled, most of us have no idea how much of it we’re eating — or how much it’s affecting our health.