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You Say Tomato, We Say GMO

November 10, 2022

The USDA recently approved a new, genetically modified purple tomato for cultivation in the U.S. The tomato is engineered to be high in anthocyanins, a purple pigment with antioxidant properties reported to have health benefits. The modifications have also increased the GMO’s shelf life. The purple tomato was created by scientists at Norfolk Plant Sciences… » Read more

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Mexico’s GMO Corn Ban Aims To Protect Cultural Heritage

November 3, 2022

On the last day of 2020, Mexican President Lopez Obrador pledged to phase out GMO corn imports and prohibit the use of glyphosate — the herbicide that commonly accompanies many GMO crops — by 2024. The decree is ambitious, controversial and well-worth defending. Mexico is the birthplace of corn, and one of the United States’… » Read more

Celebrate Non-GMO Project Verification with Zing!

October 27, 2022

By: Christie Lucas At Zing, we’re celebrating our Non-GMO Project verification status! In addition to raising awareness about sustainable agricultural practices, we’re also excited to partner with like-minded brands to help educate consumers about the importance of choosing non-genetically modified foods. Here at Zing, we pride ourselves on providing real, nutritious solutions for the entire… » Read more

The Butterfly Lands on More Natural Choices

October 20, 2022

The Non-GMO Project was created to provide a trustworthy and rigorous way to avoid GMOs in food and personal care products. Simply put, the Project was created to serve you and millions of people like you. We serve everyone who grows, makes, buys, sells and eats food in the United States and Canada.  By maintaining… » Read more