U.S. Appeals Court Reverses GM Milk Labelling Rules
October 12, 2010 | Alex Scott
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned key portions of the state of Ohioâ€™s labelling requirements for milk produced from cows free of recombinant bovine growth hormone, often referred to as rbGH or rbST. The FDA approved the genetically modified milk, but left it largely up to states to decide how the issue would be dealt with on product labels. Ohio regulators had required that milk sold as â€śrbGH freeâ€ť or â€śrbST freeâ€ť state that: â€śThe FDA has determined that no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from...
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