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ll Around the (Genetically-Modified) Mulberry Bush: Information-seeking and Consumer Preferences for Genetically Modified Food Labeling in Vermont

@inproceedings{Kolodinsky2014llAT,
  title={ll Around the (Genetically-Modified) Mulberry Bush: Information-seeking and Consumer Preferences for Genetically Modified Food Labeling in Vermont},
  author={Jane Kolodinsky and Travis William Reynolds},
  year={2014}
}
Consumer demands for labeling of genetically modified (GM) food products have the potential to dramatically impact the way food crops are produced and distributed in the U.S. In May 2014 Vermont became the first U.S. state to legally require the labeling of GM foods. This study uses several waves of data from an annual survey of Vermont households to explore consumer preference heterogeneity surrounding GM foods as well as changes in demographic and attitudinal determinants of demand for GM… 
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