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"Hey, hey, ho, ho. GMOs have got to go," they chanted.
In the past year, Maine and Connecticut passed laws requiring the labeling of GMO ingredients, contingent on other states passing similar legislation, while Vermont passed a labeling measure with no such restrictions. Other states are considering laws requiring GMO labeling, and GMOs have been partially banned in many countries.
"You're introducing things that aren't natural into the whole human race, and it's not the right the right thing to do," she said. "It's just not healthy. It's never going to get fixed until we clean up our politics."
At the Asheville rally, people carried signs with messages such as "Monsanto, no one wants your poison food," "Just label it" and "It's not nice to Primeknit Harden
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The movement began in 2012 after a proposition failed in California that would have required mandatory labeling of genetically engineered food. Food and Drug Administration doesn't require GMO labeling, and Monsanto has spent millions fighting such proposals.
"They're putting stuff in our food we don't know about," Dennis Tibbitts, of Leicester, said at the rally. "They won't tell us."
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more than 100 people who took part in the March Against Monsanto, named for the world's largest chemical and agricultural biotechnology Adidas Energy Boost 2 Foot Locker company. Participants gathered for a rally on Pack Square and a march through downtown.
Monsanto says its products are safe and that its seeds improve agriculture by helping farmers produce more from their land while conserving resources such as water and energy. Experts say at least 75 percent of processed foods contain GMOs.
Linsey Beuchot, of Arden, said she is convinced GMOs are unhealthy. She blames government regulators that are too cozy with the industry for allowing them in food products.
The event was just one of more than 400 protests scheduled in cities across the globe to urge a boycott of products containing GMOs.
"As parents we work hard to decide what to put on the table. I'm trying to take care of myself. I don't believe that genetically modified organisms are good for you."
The labeling of products containing genetically modified organisms would help her make better decisions, she said Saturday at a protest rally downtown.
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