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What arguments are being raised by the Grocery Manufacturers of America?

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    You can read some of their press releases at:
    http://www.gmabrands.com/

    Grocery Manufacturers of America and Grocery Manufacturers Association appear to be the same organization, since one "GMA" website contains a link to the other.

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