How the non-GMO movement came to be [Timeline]

How did GMOs work their way into our food supply anyway? This timeline provides a comprehensive understanding of where the non-GMO movement has been—and where it's going.

In less than a month, Colorado and Oregon will vote on separate bills that, if passed, would require labeling of GMO foods in packaged products.

As we await the November vote, here learn how GMOs grew so pervasive in the United States and how the right-to-know movement gained exponential momentum.

After all, in order to look forward, we must first look back. Use this timeline to toggle through important milestones in the non-GMO movement.

Hover your mouse over the right side of the timeline to start

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