What Businesses Need To Know About The New Vt. GMO Law

Law360, New York (May 31, 2016, 11:47 AM EDT) -- As those of you who represent food manufacturers and retailers probably know by now, in May 2014 the Vermont Legislature passed the nation's first law (commonly known as "Act 120") requiring genetically modified (GMO) foods to be labeled and prohibiting use of the term "natural" to describe such foods. If you haven't been paying attention since then, you may have missed a few significant developments, to wit:

Vermont's federal district court denied an industry trade group request for an injunction blocking implementation of the law, and an appeal of that decision is currently pending at the Second Circuit;

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