Natural Products Expo West: March 8-11 in Anaheim, CA
If you're attending Natural Products Expo West this March, come say hello to the Non-GMO Project team! Stop by booth # 2557 to catch up on the latest news, learn about getting involved with the Non-GMO Project, and meet our team.
You may also enjoy the following events at Expo:
GMO Labeling: Regulations & Market Opportunities
Saturday, March 10: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Room: Marriott—Orange County 1
This panel will cover th... Read more
Trans-Ocean Products, Inc. announces that its Simply Surimi seafood brand has earned verification from the Non-GMO Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to building and protecting a non-GMO food supply. Introduced in 2016, Simply Surimi is a surimi seafood product line made with natural ingredients that was developed to appeal to the growing market of consumers seeking clean-labeled foods. The Non-GMO Project is the leading third-party verification system in the United States, requiring p... Read more
The Non-GMO Project is excited to welcome Kayla Raley to the team as Operations & HR Coordinator!
After graduating from Western Washington University, Kayla worked as the Non-GMO Project's first PR Assistant. Her belief in the need for transparency within the food industry brings her back to the organization after nearly two years away.
Before rejoining the project, Kayla worked for an NGO in Guatemala and as a marketing coordinator and community manager for a Seattle-based tech sta... Read more
The Non-GMO Project is a nonprofit organization committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products, educating consumers and providing verified non-GMO choices.
The Non-GMO Project is governed by a Board of Directors. We also work with a collaborative network of technical and expert advisors from a broad and diverse range of backgrounds and sectors. Non-GMO Project Staff, the Board of Directors, and representatives from several of our Technical Administrators recently m... Read more
NutraSource Diagnostics’ program for vitamins and supplements could mislead consumers
On Monday, NutraSource Diagnostics announced a new non-GMO labeling program for vitamins and supplements. Based on testing of finished products and ingredients, the program, called IGEN, has three tiers. In the absence of a published standard the technical details are vague, but the information available seems to suggest that the IGEN Program has critical shortcomings and could potentially mislead consumer... Read more
The Non-GMO Project is excited to welcome Erin Matchett to the team, as the new Marketing and Communications Assistant.
Erin is a California native whose love of the outdoors brought her to the Pacific Northwest. Erin is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a BA in Communication and a minor in American History. She also holds a Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School and is admitted to the State Bar of California. Erin’s legal studies took her to London, Italy and Hawaii, and she strives t... Read more
We at the Non-GMO Project are pleased to welcome Andriana Rogers to our Marketing and Communications department as Digital Content Assistant. With a bachelor’s degree from CU Boulder focusing on environmental and social justice, Andriana has long been dedicated to ensuring a safe and sustainable food supply.
Her student work experience includes the CU Environmental Center and the non-profit Eco-Cycle, along with volunteer positions focusing on everything from food rescue to free speech. The... Read more
The Non-GMO Project is pleased to welcome Heather Walker as the new Client Services Assistant! Heather recently earned her Masters in Development Studies from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, where as part of her studies she researched the motivations of Indonesian coffee cooperatives to become fair trade certified and their early experience as a fair trade partner. Previously, as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali, she lived in a rural farming community and worked with women’s ... Read more
The Non-GMO Project is excited to welcome Kiira Heymann to the team as Client Services Assistant! Kiira moved to Bellingham in 2011 to pursue her M.Ed. at Western Washington University where she focused on experiential education and non-profit leadership and management. She recieved her B.A. in English and Environmental Studies from Colby College, and has traveled for work as a teacher, backpacking guide and farm apprentice in both the U.S. and abroad. Most recently she has served on the faculty... Read more
You can revoke your consent any time using the Revoke consent button.Revoke cookies