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Do companies have a fiduciary duty to label GMOs?

Do companies have a fiduciary duty to label GMOs?

A roundtable discussion of Prop 37’s impact with investors & lawyers.

In the final tally, roughly 6 million consumers in California will have voted to label genetically modified ingredients. This was a losing charge, but the vote clearly stirred the activist spirit of food reformists and prompted much divisiveness and some derision within the natural products industry. Given the popular support for labeling, NBJ asked leading minds from the investment and legal communities to explore the notion of food companies now having a fiduciary duty to better l

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