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Mexico Moves to Protect Its Cultural Heritage from GMO Corn

On the last day of 2020, Mexican President Lopez Obrador pledged to phase out GMO corn imports and prohibit the […]

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What Do You Need to Know About GMOs?

Since 2007, the Non-GMO Project has been a leader in raising awareness of GMOs in the food supply. It's an […]

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The Old Story Behind New GMOs

Question: What do animal-free dairy proteins, vegan collagen and the blood-like compound found in some plant-based burgers have in common?  […]

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New GMO Alert: Purple tomato recently approved for U.S. import and cultivation

October is Non-GMO Month! New GMO Alert – Purple Tomato Recently Approved for U.S. Import and Cultivation Eat two tomatoes and […]

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Press Release: Non-GMO Project Stands with Straus Family Creamery, Other Dairy Farmers, as Synbio Milk Accelerates

GMO “Animal-Free” Dairy Threatens Non-GMO, Organic Producers Bellingham, Wash. – May 25, 2022 – During June Dairy Month, the Non-GMO […]

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What's wrong with GMOs? A lot.

When GMOs were commercialized in the 1990s, few people knew about these novel organisms entering the food supply. Their development, […]

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What Is a GMO?

When GMOs first came on the market in the 1990s, the general public didn't know much about them. Thankfully, we've […]

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Busy as a Beverage

What’s a “Functional Beverage?” Have you ever wondered what makes functional beverages "functional?” You'd think the fact that a beverage […]

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GMOs and Heritage Corn: Protecting the Source of Life

This article is part of a 3-part series on familiar foods with surprising backstories. Part Three: Mexico is the birthplace […]

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New GMOs in Virtually Every Grocery Aisle

  It's been nearly 30 years since the USDA approved the first genetically modified crop. During that time, technology has […]

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Unintended Outcomes and Off-Target Effects in New GMOs

In a 2018 Washington Post article, new GMO techniques were described in blushing terms: "the future of food" and "precise, […]

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Non-GMO and Nonprofit: Putting People and Planet First

The Non-GMO Project began in 2006 as a nonprofit with the goal of providing everyday consumers with a choice about […]

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From Paddock to Plate: A Butter Lover's Blog, Sponsored by Lewis Road Creamery

In 2011, Peter Cullinane had an idea. He was at a grocery store, searching for some high-quality butter to go […]

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CRISPR and TALEN and RNAi, Oh My!

You already know about herbicide-tolerant crops, Bt crops, and other types of transgenic GMOs such as the AquAdvantage salmon—we’ve been […]

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