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Understanding Vermont's New GMO Labeling Laws

April 25, 2016
Vermont's 'GMO label' law takes effect on July 1; however, it contains a six-month grace period, so food labels have until Jan. 1, 2017, to get into compliance.

By now you've heard that Vermont will require food containing genetically engineered ingredients to be labeled — the so-called “GMO label.” The law takes effect on July 1. However, it contains a six-month grace period, so food labels have until Jan. 1, 2017, to get into compliance.

We've included a quick guide to getting your food labels in tip-top shape and ready for sale in Vermont by the end of the year. Download it here

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