Yes on 37 For Your Right to Know if Your Food Has Been Genetically Engineered

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Yes on 37 For Your Right to Know if Your Food Has Been Genetically Engineered (the Right to Know campaign) is an advocacy group that supports California's Proposition 37 of 2012 (Prop 37), a California ballot initiative to require mandatory labeling of genetically engineered foods.

Major Funders

As of September 7, 2012, major funders include:[1]

Corporations and Organizations:

Individuals:

  • One individual: $100,000
  • Michael S. Funk, CEO of United Natural Fodos Inc.: $50,000
  • Michelle Lerach, owner of Cups (an organic cupcakery in La Jolla, CA): $25,000
  • Scott Nash of Mom's Organic Market: $10,000
  • Two individuals: $5000 each
  • Grant Lundberg, CEO of Lundberg Family Farms: $4000
  • Two other individuals: $4000 each
  • John Formaker, CEO of Annies: $2500
  • Jay Highman, CEO of Nature's One, Inc: $2500
  • One other individual: $2500
  • Nine individuals: $1000 each

Contact Information

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References

  1. California Secretary of State, Accessed September 7, 2012.

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