California rejects GM food label plan

California voters rejected on Tuesday a proposal to force food companies to label products containing genetically modified (GM) ingredients, officials said, based on a majority of votes.

California rejected the so-called Prop 37 -- which would have been a first for a US state -- with 54 per cent against and 46 per cent in favour, the California Secretary of State's website said, declaring the proposal rejected.

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