Top 10 Non-GMO Wins of 2016

December 23, 2016

Looking back on 2016, it is undeniable that the non-GMO movement is more united and stronger than ever. Millions of people across North America have mobilized to send a message loud and clear: everyone has a right to know what is in their food and deserves access to non-GMO choices. We’d like to extend our… » Read more

Happy New Year!

December 20, 2016

At this time 10 years ago, I was volunteering full-time to create a new non-profit organization called the Non-GMO Project. Our small group working on the effort had given up hope that government would ever give consumers the information they need to know about GMOs. Meanwhile, we saw that shoppers were increasingly concerned about GMOs and looking for… » Read more

At the Heart of the Holidays – 2016

December 15, 2016

Generate non-GMO goodwill with gifts that keep on giving. We published our first “… non-GMO gifts that keep on giving …” blog last year.  The response was so positive that we decided to update it for 2016.  For more gift ideas, revisit our 2015 list here.   In a world where the profound differences between… » Read more

7th Annual Non-GMO Month Crosses the Finish Line

November 18, 2016

The natural transition from one season to the next fills us with anticipation and the sense of moving forward, while at the same time, reflecting on where we’ve been.  With Non-GMO Month behind us and as we ease into the final months of the year, our thoughts turn to gratitude, contemplation and hope. This year offered… » Read more

Feasting on Non-GMO Veggies

November 14, 2016

Food, family, and dear friends My annual holiday traditions are filled with the people and dishes I treasure most. The blustery weather that accompanies the fall harvest stimulates my appetite for nurturing, wholesome food. I enjoy serving my family platters of plant-based edibles that highlight holiday flavors and textures. Cooking with non-GMO fruits and vegetables—both… » Read more

Non-GMO Bird is the Word

November 12, 2016

Just because I’m a vegetarian, doesn’t mean I don’t cook up a tantalizing turkey come Thanksgiving. While I am enjoying my Field Roast Hazelnut-Cranberry Roast En Croute (and a ton of side dishes!), my guests will feast on what I believe is the simplest, healthiest and most delicious turkey ever to grace a table. No… » Read more

Tweets for a Non-GMO Holiday!

November 10, 2016

Nov 15th, 12:00 pm PST, twitter.com/nongmoproject, #NonGMOHolidayCheer Don’t miss this seasonal Non-GMO Holiday Twitter Party from the Non-GMO Project. Gobble up non-GMO ideas, wash it down with a list of refreshing recipes and serve it with a side of fabulous prizes! With Thanksgiving around the corner and holiday menu planning in full swing, be sure you’re… » Read more

Don’t Let GMOs Haunt You

October 25, 2016

Whether you’re the parent escorting your child from house to house, the person monitoring the door or the reveler nibbling on the plunder, chances are you have faced the annual dilemma of offering up a healthier Halloween experience without putting a damper on the fun. GMOs show up in more than 80% of the foods we… » Read more

GMOs are Upsetting the Apple Cart

October 12, 2016

An American tradition Chilly October mornings and the smell of autumn leaves accompany the thumps of falling apples across North America. Apple cider, crisp, pie, butter, baked, bobbing, and of course eating fresh off the tree all make this my favorite fruit season of the year. The apple has a long romantic history in both my… » Read more

Tips for Packing a Non-GMO Lunchbox

September 1, 2016

One of the best things about starting a new school year is the opportunity to develop new habits. The classroom is organized, desks are clean, and your child’s backpack is full of untouched school supplies. All of these are reminders of the fresh start that comes with being another grade older.  Make the most of… » Read more