Welcome to GMO Free NJ! You are part of a rapidly growing global movement to reclaim our food choice freedom. Please explore the resources in this website to learn more about the situation, but right now it’s time to take action! New Jersey has a GMO labeling bill and YOU can help make it the law. HERE’S HOW:


New Jersey’s Assembly State and Local Government Committee released the labeling bill; next step – the full Assembly Floor! BUT, in order to keep this bill moving so that it eventually becomes law, we must have the support of our legislators.


We each have two NJ Assemblypeople and one NJ Senator–find yours here:  http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/districts/municipalities.asp. You can use the talking points below to tell them we NEED genetically engineered foods to be labeled. Please be polite and be ready to educate and inform. Ask them to use their power as your elected officials to get labeling as soon as possible.

You can:

A. Send them an email

B. Call and speak with their office using talking points above.

C. Ask for a meeting–remember WE hired them and pay their salaries!

AND, call them again! Next time you call, ask them if they have made a commitment to support this legislation. Remember, they are here to serve and carry out the will of their constituents.


* Bill numbers: Assembly–A-1359, Senate–S-91

* There is no scientific consensus on GMO safety, yet the FDA relies solely on voluntary safety assessment by the very companies that profit from the sales of these products.

* There are known health and environmental risks associated with the chemicals required by GMO agriculture. When people eat genetically engineered foods they are consuming more herbicides and pesticides. Truthful labels will promote food safety and protect consumer health and enable traceability of unintended health consequences from the consumption of GE foods.

* A free market functions most efficiently when consumers are informed. Consumers should be provided with needed product information to make educated decisions about what to feed themselves and their families.

* Companies change their labels all the time. Dozens of other countries have established mandatory labeling without increasing food costs. We are talking about adding one line of text.

* CT, ME And VT have passed labeling laws. ALL other States in the NE, and many more across the country are part of an active labeling movement. So far this year, 67 GMO labeling bills have been introduced in 25 states. In a dozen states, at least one legislative committee has approved a GMO bill. We NEED New Jersey to join the leaders on this important issue and set the standard for meaningful GMO labeling legislation.

* Ask them to co-sponsor this important legislation. If they are already co-sponsoring, thank them.


The Senate and Assembly leaders need to hear from all of us. Let them know that we the consumers of the Garden State NEED to know what is in our food. These leaders have the power to make sure these bills get hearings and are passed through the legislature. See talking points above.

Assembly Speaker Prieto
(201) 770-1303
Bill number:  A-1359

Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald
(856) 435-1247
Bill number:  A-1359

Senate President Sweeney
(856) 251-9801
(856) 339-0808
Bill number:  S-91

Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg
(201) 928-0100
Bill number:  S-91


5 Responses to JUST SAY “YES!”

  1. maria concilio says:

    Thank you! Will do some calling on Friday.

  2. Suzanne says:

    So glad to see this NJ! Keep fighting and standing up for your rights to know what you are eating and make healthy choices (non-GMO!)

  3. Lou says:

    I just emailed everyone on the list. We need to get this passed. I do not want to eat GMO’s. Watch the documentary called “Seeds of Death” on youtube, powerful and moving stuff. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUd9rRSLY4A‎

  4. Sandy says:

    I want fresh food. I want to know what I’m putting in my body.

  5. Rashid as-Salafy says:

    I have been a proponent of GMO labeling for many years. We are being poisoned by the chemical contents of these GMO products. I do hope we are successful in changing the present labeling laws worldwide.

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