The National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard, otherwise known as a national GMO labeling rule, is intended to require the disclosure of bioengineered food ingredients. The standard was signed into law last year and gave USDA two years to come up with a rule by July 2018. AFBF congressional relations director Andrew Walmsley says the USDA rule must not confuse consumers on the safety of biotech crops
Walmsley explains what AFBF requested of the rule
The comment period ended Friday. USDA is expected to release a proposed rule later this fall
That’s AFBF congressional relations director Andrew Walmsley.
Provided by the American Farm Bureau Federation with AFBF congressional relations director Andrew Walmsley.