families are becoming increasingly aware of the presence of unlabeled genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in foods in the marketplace, they turn to organic as the food labeled by law to not have been made with genetically engineered ingredients.
What does GEI stand for?
GEI stands for Genetically Engineered Ingredients
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We have 79 other meanings of GEI in our Acronym Attic
- Glen Ellyn Historical Society (Glen Ellyn, IL)
- Glenbard East High School (Lombard, Il)
- Grace Excel High School (India)
- Greenbrier East High School (West Virginia)
- Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association (New Jersey)
- Gases de Efecto Invernadero
- Gender Equity Index
- Gene, Environment and Health Initiative
- Gene-Environment Interaction
- General Education Intervention
- Geocentric Equatorial Inertial Coordinate System
- Geographic Enforcement Initiative
- Geothermal Energy Institute
- Gesellschaft für Elektronische Informationsverarbeitung
- Global Effects Integration (US DoD)
- Global Environmental Institute (China)
- Government Electrical Inspectorate (Jamaica)
- Gross Emitter Identification
- Ground Environmental Instrumentation
- Group Emotional Intelligence
Samples in periodicals archive:
The long, bitter and expensive battle over California's Proposition 37, which would require labeling of food products containing genetically engineered ingredients, seems likely to end in defeat for the ballot initiative on Election Day, based on the latest poll results.
The bills would require labeling genetically engineered ingredients and, in some cases, would prohibit "all natural" labels on food products containing GMOs.
In 1999, Gerber announced that it would no longer use genetically engineered ingredients in its baby foods.
O Organic products have no antibiotics, synthetic pesticides, hormones or genetically engineered ingredients, while Eating Right is a better-for-you line that offers positives from a health perspective minus some of the negatives, such as fats and sodium.
Formulated to strike a chord among consumers seeking meat-free meals containing no genetically engineered ingredients, the 10 oz (283g) serving sells for $4.
Today, more than 35 countries have laws in place or have announced that they will require the labelling of food containing genetically engineered ingredients.
A poll by the Food Policy Institute of Rutgers University found that 75 percent of Americans believe there are no genetically engineered ingredients in their food.