Originally Posted by sureshs
Well, it will affect all the manufacturers equally then, and the free market will set in. Consumers who want to avoid the foods will avoid them, and those who think the GMO ones are cheaper or not harmful, will still buy them. Eventually, someone may come up with a non-GMO food for a cheaper price, maybe not.
Why not let the market decide after providing all the information?
As I understand it, those companies are not in the business of ensuring a free market or providing a level playing field and so on. They are in the business of making money. So why would they not lobby against something that could hurt their sales?