Mar 3 2013
GMO Labeling Seminar @ Expo West, 3.7.13
 
Please see updated speaker lineup, and feel free to share!

 

Join Us at Natural Products Expo West

A Seminar and Press Conference for Trade and Media

GMO Labeling: Where Are We Now?

 

Washington State’s I-522, the National FDA Just Label It Effort, and Lessons Learned from Prop 37

 

Thursday, March 7, 2013, 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Platinum Ballroom 1

 

GMO labeling advocates are rallying to support I-522, the People’s Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act, in Washington State, considered one of the best chances for labeling genetically engineered foods in 2013.

 

Learn how you can support this effort, along with lessons learned from California’s Prop 37 and what’s happening elsewhere on national and state levels to require labeling of genetically engineered foods.

Speakers

  • Lori Lively, Education Director, Marlene’s Market & Deli; I-522 Executive Committee
  • Gary Hirshberg, Chair, Stonyfield Farm; Co-founder, Just Label It
  • Jessica Lundberg, Board of Directors, Lundberg Family Farms; Prop 37
  • David Bronner, CEO, Dr. Bronner’s; I-522 Executive Committee
  • Ken Cook, President, Environmental Working Group; I-522 Executive Committee
  • Michele Simon, JD, MPH; Author, Appetite for Profit; Eat Drink Politics

Moderator

  • Steven Hoffman, Managing Director, Compass Natural; I-522 Staff Member

All Expo West Attendees and Members of the Media are Welcome.

 

For information and to contribute to I-522, contact Steve Hoffman, on behalf of The People’s Right to Know campaign. steve@compassnatural.com, tel 303.807.1042.

 

As a grassroots political organization, Label It WA depends on you. Visit www.labelitwa.org.

Label It WA  |  P.O. Box 65018  |  University Place  |  Washington  |  98464

www.labelitwa.orginfo@labelitwa.org  |  tel 253.256.1921

 

Communications by Compass Natural LLC  |  info@compassnatural.com  |  303.807.1042

Share
FTC - Site employs income earning affiliate linking

Written by

View all posts by: