2019: The Year in Review

December 31, 2019

As we welcome the roaring 20s, let’s revisit the major GMO-related happenings of the past year. 2019 rode in on the back of the National Bioengineering Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS), a piece of regulation born to confuse, confound and mystify. At the Non-GMO Project, we worked hard this year to provide the transparency and reliability… » Read more

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In Praise of Feasting: The Magic of Coming Together for Meals

December 30, 2019

This is the in-between time. A one week lull between holiday blow-outs 1 and 2. While our individual traditions and beliefs may vary, some persistent themes dominate the season: we gather indoors with friends and family, and we eat. There is power in that simple act. Regardless of the Happy Holidays and Merry Whatevers, there… » Read more

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Seeds, Soils and Snacks: The Beauty of Legumes

December 23, 2019

In part 1 of our deep dive on legumes, we looked at how the powerful proteins of the families Fabaceae and Leguminosae can replace animal-derived products in our diet. But did you know legumes are just as powerful in the fields as they are on our plates? They are the gift that keeps on giving. While modern industrial agriculture is based… » Read more

Legumes

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Legumes (but didn’t know you wanted to know)

December 10, 2019

In the developed world, we eat, on average, too many animal products. In fact, we eat way too many animal products. Not just too many for our own health, but too many for the health of the planet. These animal proteins aren’t just delicious, they’re valuable sources of protein, which is vital to growth, tissue… » Read more