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Happy New Year From GMO Free PA!

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This year we have some exciting events coming up.

Join us TOMORROW January 26, GMO Free Pittsburgh at 4pm at Market Square to say hello to the Fishy Food Fleet!!!

This Tuesday, January 28th, we have our GMO Free PA Monthly Meeting at the Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr from 7PM – 8:30PM, please join us to hear more about what is happening with SB653 and HB1770, mandatory GMO labeling bills in our house and state senate and learn what is happening in 2014 in regards to living a GMO FREE lifestyle. Read More

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GMO Free PA Introduces Delaware County Chapter’s Inaugural Meeting

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PRLog (Press Release) Nov. 8, 2013 – MEDIA, Pa. — GMO Free PA is holding the inaugural monthly meeting of their Delaware County Chapter, at the Media-Upper Providence Free Library, on November 14, 2013, 6:30PM to 8:30PM. Wendy Zangari, Chapter Leader, will facilitate the meeting, review the history of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), provide details of genetically engineered crops, discuss the ongoing safety debate and detail why this organization believes in mandatory GMO labeling.

GMO Free PA is a grassroots group whose mission is to publicize the newest research and information regarding the risks of genetically modified foods, assist and educate consumers in selecting vendors and products that are GMO free, and advocate for legislation requiring mandatory GMO labeling. Co-founded by Karen Stark, Annmarie Cantrell and Zofia Hausman as a 501(c)(4), in April 2013, GMO Free PA is recognized as a non-profit and is an original members of a national coalition of states, formed during the 2012 Proposition 37 ballot initiative in California. The coalition works together, sharing information that supports and encourages the labeling effort. Read More

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Zofia Hausman: GMOs – 5 Reasons why we NEED to know if it’s GMO

GMOs: 5 Reasons why we NEED to know if it’s GMO

Zofia Hausman, Co-Founder, Citizens for GMO Labeling & GMO Free PA

“It is easier for the world to accept a simple lie than a complex truth.” Alexis de Tocqueville

In recent years, the GMO labeling movement has focused on America’s “right to know.” It has served our cause well and helped to raise awareness across all demographics. However, in the past 18 months, ground-breaking peer-reviewed studies on the impacts of GMOs on animals, human health and the environment have come to light and they are shifting the playing field. Americans are now realizing that they need to know if their food is genetically engineered. Read More