To celebrate this season of togetherness, gratitude, and gatherings filled with food, we’ve teamed up with our Education and Outreach Sponsor WOODSTOCK to bring you a holiday guide for GMO avoidance. Whether your serving up a meal for twenty or simply want to integrate non-GMO choices into your diet this winter, this infographic has got… » Read more
Generate non-GMO goodwill with gifts and choices that keep on giving. In a world where the profound differences between those who “have” and those who “have less” have grown increasingly more visible, the joy of holiday gift giving offers a singular opportunity to make the spirit of the season even more meaningful. Many of the… » Read more
The Latest News on Bt A GMO, or genetically modified organism, is a plant, animal, microorganism or other organism whose genetic makeup has been modified in a laboratory using genetic engineering or transgenic technology. This creates unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and virus genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding… » Read more
During this season of gratitude, we at the Non-GMO Project would like to express our deepest thanks to the non-GMO farmers across the globe who help ensure our access to non-GMO food choices. Join us in the celebrating the 2017 growing season’s non-GMO harvest! Click the below infographic to view it in full screen!
Booda Organics’ facility is vibrant, yet tranquil, and manages to feel sunny and warm even though it’s located in rainy Bellingham, Washington. As we were shown around by co-founder, Sheana Pickard, we were struck by how different their space is from any production facility we’ve seen before. The walls are cream and teal with pops… » Read more
Ensure your Halloween goodie bag isn’t filled with GMO tricks! Use this educational guide to make an informed choice about which candies to avoid during this frightfully festive season.
While summer may be over, the growing season is not! Fall is a time of the year that farmers everywhere grow bounties of insta-worthy squash, pumpkins, and other fall-harvest crops. What’s the key to this season of abundance? Pollination. In order for flowering plant species to create seeds and reproduce, they must transfer pollen from… » Read more
Here at the Project, we have received an influx of queries about modified corn starch over the past few weeks. Let’s talk about modified corn starch! The “modified” in modified corn starch (and other types of modified starches) does not stand for genetically modified. In this context, “modified” simply means that the corn starch has… » Read more
If you eat dairy, eggs, meat, or other animal products, choosing items that are Non-GMO Project Verified is the single biggest way you can help protect a non-GMO future. That’s because the majority of genetically engineered crop acres in the United States are used for animal feed, and the Non-GMO Project is the only seal… » Read more
We have a lot to celebrate during our 8th annual, and biggest ever, Non-GMO Month in October. Harvest season is a natural time to reap what we have sown and appreciate the fruits of our labor. At the Non-GMO Project, we are grateful for a bountiful year of growth in participation from product brands and… » Read more