On Wednesday May 2, community organizations will be turning in enough signatures to put the California Right to Know GMO labeling initiative on the ballot. This massive achievement represents the work of thousands of volunteers who are demanding the right to know what’s in the food we eat and feed our families.

The group unveil the number of signatures and hear from local leaders, farmers, concerned moms, sustainable businesses and supporters who are among the 90% of Californians who want to know if their food contains genetically engineered ingredients. We’ll wheel the petitions into county offices in baby carriages to represent the importance of this issue to children and future generations.

Sacramento residents are welcome to join the rally on May 2nd at 11:00 a.m., at the Board of Elections office at 7000 65th Street.

For more information about the GMO right to know act, visit http://www.pesticidewatch.org/.