Moon and bat

Halloween Horror Stories: I Know What You Did to Your DNA

October 31, 2019

‘Tis the season for scary movies. One of our favorite genres is “science experiments gone awry,” including the rich world of fictional human/insect hybrids, creature features of all denominations, and, of course, Frankenstein. These are some of the images that populate streets and screens each Halloween. So where does the line between science and science… » Read more

Apple tree

GMO Apples: An apple a day may not brown right away

October 29, 2019

It’s lunchtime at your local supermarket and like many people, you head to the convenient grab-and-go aisle. Maybe you want to add fruit to your meal so you pick up a package of pre-sliced apples with a little snowflake sticker. These apples show not a single sign of damage or any brown discoloration marks. It… » Read more

Potatoes in hands still dirty from being harvested

No Joy in Spudville

October 22, 2019

From their humble brown beginnings beneath the soil, potatoes have become a staple in the North American diet. They are currently the most consumed vegetable in the US, with a yearly average intake of nearly 50 lbs per person. That means events in the world of the potato affect the lunch bags and dinner plates… » Read more

fish swimming upstream

Hidden GMOs in the Seafood Aisle 

October 15, 2019

GMOs show up almost everywhere in our food—even in our seafood products. If you are a savvy shopper you may wonder how a seafood product could have GMOs, since fish come directly from the ocean. Unfortunately, it is not that simple. GMOs as an added ingredient Many fish products we purchase contain added ingredients, which… » Read more

Burger

The Carnivore’s Dilemma: Navigating Burgers in the Age of Meat Alternatives

October 8, 2019

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard about the plant-based meat alternative craze. If you do live under a rock, odds are there’s a Burger King under a rock near you, and you’ll see it on the menu there. Veggie burgers have been making their way from health food stores to grocery… » Read more

Shop your Values this Non-GMO Month

Happy Non-GMO Month!

October 1, 2019

Today we kick off our 10th annual Non-GMO Month, a 31-day celebration of our right to make non-GMO choices! Each year we partner with thousands of passionate retailers and natural food brands to bring shoppers the latest news and products in the non-GMO landscape. Happy Birthday Non-GMO Month, You’re 10 Years Old! This year is the… » Read more

Ten Exciting Non-GMO Month Wins

November 9, 2018

The Non-GMO Project’s eighth Non-GMO Month was a success thanks to the amazing support of our retailers, brands, and you! As always, we had so much fun celebrating our right to choose non-GMO. For us, this means taking the time to appreciate the farmers growing our food and tending the soil, the retailers working diligently… » Read more

Russet Potato

The GMO Potato: What Consumers Need to Know

October 31, 2018

Jump to Frequently Asked Questions Read the Non-GMO Project Standard You’re probably aware of the best-known GMO crops such as corn, soy, and canola. Did you know that there are also GMO potatoes? They have been around since 2015, but it is just now that they are becoming widely available in the American food supply…. » Read more

Non-GMO Month Is Here!

September 27, 2018

Non-GMO Month is here again and we’ve got a lot to celebrate. Stay tuned all month for giveaways, celebrations, and new ways to stay informed on all things non-GMO. With over 50,000 Verified products and over 14,000 Registered Retailers, we are actively changing the scene at the supermarket and showing our commitment to the belief… » Read more

7th Annual Non-GMO Month Crosses the Finish Line

November 18, 2016

The natural transition from one season to the next fills us with anticipation and the sense of moving forward, while at the same time, reflecting on where we’ve been.  With Non-GMO Month behind us and as we ease into the final months of the year, our thoughts turn to gratitude, contemplation and hope. This year offered… » Read more