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'Fishy food' cars attract stares, promote GMO labeling

Nikolas Schiller is used to receiving odd looks as he drives through the streets of Washington, D.C. That's because a huge, brightly colored sculpture fusing a golden delicious apple and a goldfish with eyes is bolted to the top of his used black Ford Escort -- which itself has bright pink stripes down its side. Nicknamed "Goldie," it is one of five "fishy food" cars driving around Washington in recent weeks to promote the labeling of genetically modified food.

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