Organic pet food leader ORGANIX has earned Non-GMO Project Verified status for its canned pet food recipes made with organic chicken. ORGANIX, the most complete line of certified organic natural food for pets made under the USDA’s National Organic Program, received this status for undergoing a stringent verification process that recognizes best practices for GMO avoidance in recipe ingredients.
“Just as people want to know what’s in their own food, we believe pet parents should care abo... Read more
RIBUS’ Peirce presents at ExpoWest “Clean Label” seminar 3/8; exhibiting at Engredea, SCIFTS
Leading ingredient supplier RIBUS, has earned Non-GMO Project Verified certification for its rice-based natural and organic alternatives to synthetic ingredients. Its products - Nu-BAKE®, Nu-FLAC®, Nu-FLOW®, and Nu-RICE®, - are widely used to replace synthetic ingredients such as silicon dioxide and magnesium stearate in the food, beverage, pet, and dietary supplements sectors. While all US ... Read more
A New Plant-Based Meat Analog – This Time with Synbio Bovine Blood Proteins
The Non-GMO Project closely monitors all food and ingredient products made using synbio (also known as precision fermentation) and has done so for a number of years. We are now seeing these products making their way into the food supply chain. Since its introduction in 2016, the Impossible™ Burger from Impossible™ Foods has had the distinction of being the only plant-based meat analog that includes a synb... Read more
Montreal, September 27th, 2021 – Ranked among the world’s best new startups and already considered a global leader in the fight against food waste, today LOOP Mission proudly announces that its catalog of cold-pressed juices and smoothies are officially Non-GMO Project Verified. The Non-GMO Project is North America’s most rigorous third-party verification for non-GMO foods and products. More than a third of food produced worldwide is wasted, which accounts for 8% of total global greenhouse... Read more
On January 1, 2022, the federal Bioengineered (BE) Food labeling law will take full effect. Under the BE labeling law, certain food products that are made with GMOs will require a disclosure of bioengineered ingredients.
The BE labeling law, known formally as the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard or NBFDS, was introduced in 2016 as a federal response to state-level GMO labeling campaigns. However, this law is not nearly as comprehensive as either the state laws it is meant t... Read more
Is it possible to create a non-GMO product using genetic engineering? While that might seem ludicrous to most of us, biotechnology companies have mounted an aggressive campaign to convince the world that the products of new genetic engineering techniques such as CRISPR are, in fact, non-GMO. Although this is completely unsupported by the scientific reality (more on that in a moment), developers of these products are so determined to distance themselves from the consumer rejection of GMOs tha... Read more
The Good Earth Pet is excited to announce that their all-natural, 100% grass cat litter earned the Non-GMO Project Verification Mark. Our litter is chemical free, clay free, fragrance free, lightweight and made 100% from grass. This product is not only biodegradable and earth friendly; it also out-clumps even clay litters. You have to try it to believe it.
GMOs (or “genetically modified organisms”) are living organisms whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated in a laborato... Read more
Fork in the Road Foods is proud to announce the launch of Non-GMO Project Verified gourmet sausages and hot dogs. Items will hit shelves in most regions of Whole Foods Market around the country beginning in early September 2015. The line includes six chicken and heirloom pork varieties.
“We are continually striving to improve our standards and take a better path,” said Phil Gatto, CEO of Fork in the Road. “In speaking with our customers and farmers over the past few years, we knew that ... Read more
ATLANTA, GA - A happy kitchen is a Home Appétit Kitchen, one stocked with non-genetically modified oils, verified by the prestigious Non-GMO Project. The recent verification announcement comes on the heels of Home Appétit’s web launch that features detail and description of its very high-quality Extra Virgin Olive and Canola oils.
“We are enormously proud of this verification,” said Kurt Singleton, Co-Owner of Home Appétit, “because it validates the passion and commitment all of ... Read more
Seattle, WA – OMG Foods Inc is extremely proud to have their allergy friendly, superfood cereal line (ChiaRezza! Organic Chia Cereal) verified by the Non-GMO Project. The cereal flavors are free from the Top 8 Allergens as well as certified: Organic, Kosher, Gluten Free and Vegan. www.chia-rezza.com
“We believe every consumer has the right to know what’s in their food, and the right to choose whether or not to consume GMOs. It was an easy decision right from the beginning to get... Read more
Event proceeds will benefit the Non-GMO Project, a non-profit providing consumer education and alternatives to genetically engineered food
Whole Foods Market
Encinitas, Calif. (Sept. 06, 2012) – Whole Foods Market Encinitas is partnering with The Whole Journey and Feeding the Soul Foundation for an event to bring together like minded people to dine for a common mission for a cleaner food supply. On Sept. 29, the San Diego... Read more
Garden Gove, CA (May 11, 2012) - House Foods America, premium tofu purveyor since 1983, is proud to announce that they have received Non-GMO Project Verification for their entire line of tofu. The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization offering North America’s only third party verification for non-GMO foods and products.
“We have always been dedicated to creating our tofu with US-grown, non-GMO soybeans here at House Foods, and we are thrilled and honored to have the third party ver... Read more
More than 160 Groups, including the Non-GMO Project, Urge U.S. Departments of Justice and Agriculture to Issue Action Plan on Consolidation in Agriculture and Food Industries
Historic workshops on agricultural antitrust issues warrant national vision
WASHINGTON, DC - May 11, 2011—More than 160 groups sent a letter yesterday urging U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to release a report on findings from the 2010 investigation of an... Read more
The USDA issued its final rule for the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS) today, to be published in the Federal Register on December 21, 2018. The Non-GMO Project is disappointed by the content of the final rule, which jeopardizes GMO transparency for Americans. The NBFDS demonstrates that only the Non-GMO Project provides the transparent labeling consumers have been demanding for more than 20 years.
In its current form, categorical exemptions prevent this law from delive... Read more
Natural pet food company obtains Verification and Seal from the Non-GMO Project for Beams and Wishes Treats for Dogs & Cats
Pet Food producer The Honest Kitchen today announced that it has completed the verification process with the Non-GMO Project, for its top selling Beams™ and Wishes™ treats for dogs and cats. The company has also begun the verification process for several other items in its line. The Non-GMO Project Seal will appear on the products’ packaging in the coming month... Read more
GMO “Animal-Free” Dairy Threatens Non-GMO, Organic Producers
Bellingham, Wash. – May 25, 2022 – During June Dairy Month, the Non-GMO Project joins American dairy farmers in calling out synthetic dairy, which is quietly appearing in grocery store coolers throughout North America.
In recent years, “animal-free” dairy proteins have found their way into everything from ice cream to cream cheese to snack bars, but many shoppers, food manufacturers and retailers are unaware that thes... Read more