Holiday Gift Guide: Tastes, Textiles and Terrariums

December 1, 2021

We are delighted to present this year’s Non-GMO Project gift giving guide!  This year, there’s no shortage of ways to think outside the big box store — from crafty, DIY options to one-of-a-kind gifts from local vendors. And of course, there are many online options, including a wealth of BIPOC-owned companies (it’s well worth the… » Read more

Multicolor maize,corn varieties

GMOs and Heritage Corn: Protecting the Source of Life

November 18, 2021

Our stories are shaped by the feasts we share and the food we eat. For the holidays, we’re dishing up a 3-part series on familiar foods with surprising backstories. Part Three: Mexico is the birthplace of corn, and corn is the “source of life.” But the unique genetic resources of native maize — and the social… » Read more

curious chicken

What Does Bill Gates Have To Do With Ethiopian Chickens?

November 11, 2021

Our stories are shaped by the feasts we share and the food we eat. For the holidays, we’re dishing up a 3-part series on familiar foods with surprising stories. Part Two: Chickens are quickly becoming the world’s most widely consumed meat. Intensive factory farming dominates poultry production, creating a laundry list of related problems —… » Read more

Closeup of Vanilla flower, Reunion Island

Is Synbio Vanilla “Natural”? Heck, No!

November 2, 2021

Our stories are shaped by the feasts we share and the food we eat. For the holidays, we’re dishing up a 3-part series on familiar foods with surprising backstories. Part One: What is the past, present and future of the humble vanilla bean, a tasty and lucrative crop that pits biotechnology against traditional knowledge and… » Read more