Big Organic Joins Monsanto in Fighting Prop 37 

Large corporations that own organic food brands are also bankrolling the fight against the GMO labeling initiative.

It's no secret that giant agribusinesses like Monsanto are spending millions of dollars trying to defeat Proposition 37 on the November ballot. The Right to Know Initiative would require food companies to label products that contain genetically modified organisms, also known as…

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