The national debate over whether foods that contain ‘genetically modified’ ingredients should be labeled has come to New Hampshire, with a bill in the legislature to require such language on food products- ranging from corn flakes to canola oil. We’re looking the arguments, from questions about health and environmental impacts to the economic costs of labeling.
- Sam Evan-Brown – NHPR’s environment reporter
- Robert Johnson – policy director for the New Hampshire Farm Bureau Federation
- Janet Wilkinson- executive director for New Hampshire’s branch of the Northeast Organic Farming Association