GMO Labeling

NPA has been at the forefront of the discussion regarding Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) Labeling for almost 20 years.

Here are the guiding principles for NPA's stance on GMO Labeling:
  • NPA believes consumers have the right to be informed whether genetically modified components are in their foods and dietary supplements.
  • NPA supports and encourages the voluntary labeling of non GMO foods and dietary supplements.
  • NPA believes that consideration of federal law promoting a uniform standard is warranted to avoid separate standards for GMO labeling at the state level.
  • NPA opposes a private enforcement provision, which encourages abusive legislation, to impose compliance.
  • NPA supports FDA consistently reviewing the concept of bio-equivalency of genetically modified ingredients in light of the most recent scientific studies.

Recent Updates from NPA Regarding GMO Labeling

Vermont Attorney General Releases Draft Rule to GE Labeling Law (Oct. 20, 2014)
Vermont House Passes GMO Labeling Bill (April 24, 2014)
Update on New Federal GMO Labeling Legislation (April 24, 2014)
FDA Commissioner Comments on GMO Labeling (April 2, 2014)


Media Clips: NPA on GMO Labeling

Vermont Proposes Excluding Supplements From GMO Labeling (Oct. 30, 2014)
GMPs, NDIs, and definitions for GMO and natural: NPA’s Fabricant on industry issues (Oct. 17, 2014)
GE Foods and GMOs: Creations of Franken-Science or Nature’s Course? (Aug. 28, 2014)
All Eyes on GMOs (June 2014)

Want more information on GMO Labeling from NPA? Attend our upcoming seminar, GMO's: Science vs Nature.