Matthew Dillon is Agricultural Policy and Program Manager for Clif Bar & Co and serves as the Cultivator for Clif Bar Family Foundation’s initiative, Seed Matters. From 2003–2010, Dillon served as Founding Director of Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) – the first organization to engage in seed education, research, and advocacy specifically for the organic community.
Today, Clif Bar & Company welcomed California Senator Barbara Boxer as part of her tour to promote the Genetically Engineered Food Right-to-Know Act, bipartisan legislation that would require clear labeling of genetically engineered (GE) foods.
The event also featured Jessica Lundberg of the Lundberg Family Farms and Charles Phan of the Slanted Door restaurant. Other attendees included media and thought leaders from the non-profit community, and other food companies who have been leaders in GMO labeling initiatives such as Amy’s Kitchen, Straus Family Creamery and Annie’s.
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