Call it Seasonal Food for the Soul, that wonderful something that happens when you synchronize your cooking and your life to the rhythms of nature.
Continuing in the spirit of growing awareness and impactful change, 2014’s Non-GMO Month was celebrated by more people from all levels of the food supply chain. Increased participation by shoppers, retailers and brands was evident across all of North America. Here at the Non-GMO Project, we couldn’t be more pleased with the amplified level of enthusiasm and passion, and we… » Read more
Today, in light of the GMO labeling ballot initiatives that took place across the U.S., we reflect on the overall growth of an incredible people-driven, knowledge-building movement. If you had spoken to typical grocery shoppers in 2010, it is unlikely many of them would have heard of the term GMO (genetically modified organism). Fast forward four… » Read more
GMOs are spooky, and their prevalence in Halloween candy is more of a trick than a treat. Help take care of little princesses and goblins this year by offering organic and Non-GMO Project Verified goodies instead. 10 GMO Ingredients in Halloween Candy Sugar (GMO sugar beets) High fructose corn syrup (GMO corn) Corn starch (GMO… » Read more
For nearly 80 years, the nonprofit Consumer Reports has been a trusted source for consumers, providing product information based on independent reports and results from its in-house testing laboratory and survey research center. In examining the prevalence of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) in packaged foods, Consumer Reports found the Non-GMO Project Verified seal “highly meaningful”… » Read more
It’s October and that means natural food and conventional grocery stores across the U.S. and Canada are taking part in the fifth annual Non‐GMO Month, celebrating your right to choose food and products that avoid genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Organized by the Non-GMO Project, the month-long event provides a platform for organizations and citizens like you to stand up for… » Read more