This Product is Made with GMOs

April 18, 2016

  Small Changes Create Big Change The Non-GMO Project was started by a small group of retailers in 2007. Since the first Non-GMO Project Verified seal appeared in grocery stores in 2010, the Butterfly has grown to become the market’s trusted standard for GMO avoidance. This growth is based on the decisions you are making every time you… » Read more

Make it a Non-GMO Mother’s Day!

April 17, 2016

  My mom is an inspiring woman who has not only shaped my life, but has shaped countless other young lives as well with her work as a teacher. While a mom’s passion, dedication and many other amazing traits deserve to be appreciated every day, Mother’s Day is a special event dedicated solely to celebrating the strong female… » Read more

Cooking Up a Non-GMO Dinner

April 15, 2016

If you have finicky family members or kids with allergies or food sensitivities like I do, you might think that cooking up a non-GMO dinner is way over your head. After all, you already have a short list of foods that your child can safely eat while satisfying his or her picky palette. While it… » Read more

April Showers Bring Non-GMO Flowers

April 14, 2016

The first thing I think about when the sun comes out and the flowers start blooming, is all of the yummy produce that will soon be in season. From fresh berries, to sun-ripened cherry tomatoes, to pole beans and sweet yellow onions; nothing is better than fresh, organic, non-GMO fruits and veggies straight from the… » Read more

Non-GMO Green Cheer

March 17, 2016

For many, St. Patrick’s Day means wearing green and visiting local Irish pubs. The day can also be a great celebration at home and easily made into a delicious event filled with non-GMO food and drinks. Here are a few fun, non-GMO versions of some St. Patrick’s Day classics: Bar Favorites — Avoiding GMOs in… » Read more

The Defeat of the DARK Act

March 16, 2016

On Wednesday March 16th, Americans were victorious in the most critical battle ever to hit the Right To Know movement—Congress rejected the DARK Act with a Senate vote of 49-48. This sweeping bill would have prohibited any current or future state law from requiring GMO labeling, and it would have dramatically undercut federal, state and… » Read more

Smart Snacking on Non-GMOs

February 29, 2016

Let’s face it: who doesn’t love a tasty snack? Small bites carry us through our workdays, keep our kids smiling, and bring us together at gatherings. My love of snacks runs the gamut from protein bars to chips with guacamole. Since 80% of packaged foods contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs), here are some ways to avoid… » Read more

Hot Diggity Non-GMO Dog!

February 25, 2016

Three years ago, my boyfriend and I adopted Bear, a 6-year-old German Shepherd/Akita mix. It was a little stressful at first, but with training and lots of love, Bear quickly became the best decision we ever made. My pup is my snuggle-buddy, my partner in crime, and my best friend. For many of us, our… » Read more

Non-GMO Project Verified

The DARK Act: What’s Next?

February 21, 2016

In what is perhaps the biggest blow ever to the Right to Know movement, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 1599 (275-150) in the Summer of 2015 (the bill was dubbed the “Deny Americans the Right to Know”—or DARK— Act). This sweeping bill would prohibit any current or future state law requiring GMO labeling,… » Read more

Sweet News about Non-GMO Sugar

February 11, 2016

February 14th is fast approaching and thoughts naturally turn to sweets for your sweetheart. Unfortunately, many of the most popular candies contain high-risk genetically modified ingredients: sugar, soy lecithin, corn syrup, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, and cornstarch. The good news is, there are currently more than 1,500 items in our Non-GMO Project Verified “Candy, Chocolate,… » Read more