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Check Out a Teaser of the New Project by the Director of Food, Inc.
Check out this latest video from the Just Label It! campaign to encourage the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to label genetically engineered food. Labels Matter, part of a new project by director of Food, Inc., Robert Kenner, tells the story of three consumers who share a belief in the right to know the truth about the production of their food.
Take action against unlabeled genetically engineered foods by clicking here to sign the Just Label It! petition.
For a teaser of Robert Kenner's new project, check out the video below.
For more information, click here.
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