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"Fishy Food Fleet" hits the streets

Wildly decorated cars draw attention to genetically modified foods. Roma Villavicencio has more.
Wildly decorated cars draw attention to genetically modified foods. Roma Villavicencio has more.

It's not everyday you spot a large vegetable on the roof of a car.

"We're here with the Fishy Food Tour. We're touring across the Western United States to call attention for the need for labeling genetically engineered foods also known as GMOs," explains Rica Madrid.

The vegetables represent the most common genetically modified crops.

"Labeling GMOs is important not only to the health of our families and farms but also for our food democracy," Madrid says.

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