Non-GMO Milk Is On The Rise

June 21, 2017

I’ve been here a thousand times. Standing in the dairy aisle for what seems like hours, unable to pick one of countless milk cartons decorated with cute cows and happy farmers. My indecision isn’t because there are too few options, it’s because I want to feel good about where my food comes from; I want… » Read more

The Next Generation Of Genetically Modified Foods Needs Better Regulation

June 12, 2017

This article was written by Dana Perls, Senior Food and Technology Campaigner for Friends of the Earth, and was originally published on STAT News. It has been re-posted with permission from STAT. “The apple that never browns wants to change your mind about genetically modified foods.” That headline in the Washington Post is just one… » Read more

Regenerative Agriculture: Growing Techniques to Build Soil and Sequester Carbon

June 7, 2017

The Non-GMO Project celebrates brands and individuals who are committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products. The following blog originally appeared on High Mowing Organic Seeds Company’s website. High Mowing Organic Seeds Company has over 500 Non-GMO Project Verified products. Thank you for being leaders in non-GMO and taking steps to provide a safe and healthy… » Read more

Lessons From the Garden: How I Learned to Grow Non-GMO

June 1, 2017

With the last of winter’s frost behind us and longer, brighter days ahead, it’s the perfect time to start planting the seeds of a non-GMO food supply right in our own backyards. If you’re like me and have never tended to a garden of your own, the idea of home gardening can seem like a… » Read more

Who in the World is Nikolai Vavilov?

May 24, 2017

Wandering around our local farmers’ market in Bellingham, WA last weekend, I stumbled on a food vendor called “Café Vavilov.” Their stand was small and their menu was inconspicuously written in black marker on a scroll of brown butcher paper, but the vibrant hues and varied textures displayed in their dishes instantly drew my attention…. » Read more

Don’t Be Chicken: Raise Non-GMO Hens

May 22, 2017

Why did the chicken cross the road? To eat Non-GMO Project Verified feed, of course! Spring is in the air and we are excited to welcome all the baby animals that are born this time of year – especially chicks! Since 1996, poultry farmers have fed genetically modified grains and oilseeds to their chicken flocks… » Read more

Reflections from a Non-GMO Mom

May 10, 2017

To help us celebrate mothers around the world who are making informed food choices for their families, Annie’s Snack Brand Manager Lisa Prange shares how looking for the Butterfly gives her confidence on the job and as a mom. Every mom hopes to give her kids a childhood of simplistic joy: Big bear hugs, contagious lighter,… » Read more

Earth Month: Celebrate the Future of Food

April 21, 2017

Picture our planet. Picture the farms where our food comes from and the farmers who care for them. Picture families like yours and mine working hard to put nourishing food on the table. Now picture them all thriving and working in harmony.  This is the world that I want to live in, where people coexist… » Read more

Non-GMO Challenge Spotlight: Annie’s Homegrown

April 21, 2017

To help us celebrate the Non-GMO Challenge, we’ve partnered with some of our incredible Education and Outreach sponsors to share why they make the commitment to source non-GMO ingredients every day. We are grateful for the hard work of over 3,000 brands that make the nourishing non-GMO products that our families love. Together, we are all… » Read more

Non-GMO Challenge Spotlight: Navitas Organics

April 19, 2017

To help us celebrate the Non-GMO Challenge, we’ve partnered with some of our incredible Education and Outreach sponsors to share why they make the commitment to source non-GMO ingredients every day. We are grateful for the hard work of over 3,000 brands that make the nourishing non-GMO products that our families love. Together, we are all… » Read more