With new forms of genetic engineering like synthetic biology and gene editing now entering the marketplace, keeping GMOs out of your shopping basket is tricker than ever. Use this infographic to learn more about high-risk crops and inputs so you can make an informed choice about whether or not to consume genetically modified organisms.
After years of passionate food advocacy, Megan helped launch the Non-GMO Project in 2006. She became Executive Director in 2007 and has been hard at work to protect the future of non-GMO food ever since. As a national thought leader on the non-GMO issue, Megan is a highly respected speaker and has been featured in numerous national… » Read more
In her role as Associate Director, Courtney helps guide the growth of the Non-GMO Project. She is committed to expanding awareness about GMOs, helping consumers make informed food choices, and protecting access to healthy and safe foods. In her spare time, you will find Courtney gardening and playing outside with her family in Bellingham, Washington. You might… » Read more
Dedrian enjoys creating art, organic gardening, growing culinary and medicinal herbs, natural healing methods and in general, maintaining a close connection to nature. In her tenure at the Non-GMO Project, Dede employed stellar client services support and assisted with the administration of the Non-GMO Project Standard. You might also like…
Vani is a management consultant, food activist writer and speaker. She started FoodBabe.com in April 2011 to spread information about what is really in the American food supply. She teaches people how to make the right purchasing decisions at the grocery store, how to live an organic lifestyle, and how to travel healthfully around the… » Read more