Supporting Retailer Program

Working together to protect a non-GMO food supply

What is the Supporting Retailer Program (SRP)?
The SRP provides businesses that sell Non-GMO Project Verified products year-round support navigating the GMO issue.  As a Supporting Retailer, you will have access to a suite of materials and resources designed to help you stand out as a thought leader on this issue in your community.

How do I get involved?
Members donate $150 per store and $100 per additional store location, renewable annually. In appreciation of this tax-deductible contribution, the Project provides additional materials and support for your staff and customers to help promote non-GMO products in your stores year round.  Interested? Sign up here!

Why become a Supporting Retailer?
Receive the recognition you deserve as a retailer committed to providing non-GMO options. Supporting Retailers receive consultation and training opportunities designed to help you stand out as the non-GMO leader that you are:

  • A 30-minute one-on-one session to discuss meaningful, achievable non-GMO goals around purchasing and promotions
  • A special Non-GMO Project Supporting Retailer logo for use on your web sites, in social media communications, and marketing materials
  • Your store will receive a listing on the Project’s shopping app (for IOS and Android), special designation on, and on the Project’s lifestyle website
  • Welcome Kit
    • One Supporting Retailer poster, 10.5″ x 7.5″ (see image at right)non-gmo-project-decal-digital_final
    • One door decal
    • 10 Project logo stickers
    • 10 Non-GMO Project buttons
    • 50 GMO FAQ pocket guides
    • 1 Non-GMO Fridge Magnet (4″x 7″)
    • (100) shelf chips

To become a Supporting Retailer, please complete our Supporting Retailer Sign-Up. If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact us and we will get back to you promptly.

Already a Supporting Retailer?  Access Tools for Retailers here.

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