According to a news source, a Brazilian court has determined that Nestlé’s strawberry-flavored Bono Cookies® contain genetically modified (GM) soybeans at levels in excess of a 1-percent limit and that the company must thus place a yellow triangle with a “T” in the middle along with the word “transgenic” on its product labels. Failure to do so will apparently result in a fine of nearly US$2,500 per product found in the market to contravene the order. The European Union and Japan also reportedly require GM foods to be labeled, and California voters will vote on a GM labeling referendum this fall. See Food World News, August 27, 2012.