National Organic Standards Board voted to go back to the drawing board with the goal to come up with specific definitions on what can and can’t be certified.
The bill outlaws states’ efforts to labels foods made with genetically-modified organisms and instead gives companies more leeway in disclosing GMOs.
The Food and Drug Administration has brushed aside industry objections and will require food labels to disclose how much sugar has been added to packaged food.
This week, Connecticut passed the first law in the nation requiring food containing GMOs to be labeled.
According to a new study by Oceana, nearly one-third of fish sold in the United States is mislabeled.