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What’s In Your Food, Connecticut? Mandate GMO Labeling Now!

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The pressure is on to mandate gmo labeling in the United States! Which will be the first state? The folks in Connecticut certainly have been working hard to label gmo’s on food. Analiese Paik & Tara Cook-Littman are the foundersof the Right to Know CT, a campaign to support HB 5117 and the mandatory labeling of Genetically Engineered foods.

Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guests Analiese Paik & Tara Cook-Littman.

 

Analiese Paik is a sustainable food advocate, founder and editor of the award-winning website FairfieldGreenFoodGuide.com. The site is Fairfield County’s premier destination for local and sustainable food resources, news and events. Paik holds a MBA and worked in marketing management positions in various sectors of the financial services industry before attending culinary and wine schools. She is a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC and studied wine at the International Wine Center in New York City where she received a certificate in wine from the UK’s Wine and Spirit Education Trust. Analiese is a board member of Slow Food Metro North, a local chapter of Slow Food USA and a member of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut, Aspetuck Land Trust, Friends of Ambler Farm, and a registered American Farmland Trust and Seafood Watch Advocate.

Tara Cook-Littman is a certified Holistic Health Counselor from The Integrative Institute for Nutrition based in NYC. Tara is also a member of the staff at the Institute For Responsible Technology, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers of GMO's.  Tara began her career as a NYC Prosecutor and is putting her public speaking and advocacy skills to use as a health counselor by leading seminars and also advocating for better food policy within our government.

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