We at the Non-GMO Project are excited to welcome Lindsay Molder to the team as a Research Associate!
During her time at Western Washington University, Lindsay worked for the Non-GMO Project as an intern. After graduating with her bachelor’s in Environmental Studies, she was thrilled to begin working for the Project full-time.
Lindsay discovered her passion for environmental sustainability and food justice while studying environmental policy in Ireland. She experienced living non-GMO f... Read more
Peaceful Fruits is proud to announce that their entire line of Save-the-World Fruit Leather Snacks is now Non-GMO Project Verified. The mission of Peaceful Fruits is to create a delicious, healthy, ethically sourced snack made from wholesome ingredients and nothing but. As such, Peaceful Fruits highly values transparency and accountability, so consumers know exactly what they’re eating. Peaceful Fruits is committed to natural, sustainable ingredients and was proud to achieve USDA Organic certi... Read more
Innovative nutritional ingredient company Natreon, aligning with consumer demand for GMO transparency, obtains Non-GMO Project verification for its portfolio of botanical ingredients.
New Brunswick, NJ (July 2, 2018) – Natreon, Inc., an innovative ingredient supplier known for its patented ingredients derived from nature, is pleased to announce that it has earned Non-GMO Project verification for each of its six ingredients.
“Consumer demand for non-GMO foods, beverages and dietary ... Read more
The National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS) is the culmination of two decades of Americans overwhelmingly demanding mandatory labeling of GMO foods. The draft version published by the USDA on May 3 leaves many questions unanswered and indicates plenty of cause for alarm. The USDA is currently accepting comments through July 3. In order to support you in making your voice heard, the Non-GMO Project has created a short webinar explaining key points for comments, and has... Read more
On May 18th, Whole Foods Market announced an update to its GMO Labeling Policy. Specifically, in light of the USDA’s recently released draft rule on a National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard, Whole Foods has paused its September 1, 2018 compliance deadline while remaining firm on its commitment to verification of non-GMO claims.
The scope of the retailer’s original policy, announced in March 2013, was a requirement for suppliers of food products to label products that contain ... Read more
Packaging Invites Consumers to Add Their Favorite Mix-In, and Change Their Whirl In Granola Company’s Latest Initiative
Whirlybird Granola, a Cincinnati-based company focused on a transparent and authentic approach to granola, has announced an innovation in packaging. Soon to be available online and in select retailers at an SRP of $2.49 for each two-ounce package, the brand reveals a convenient two-ounce package for the grab-and-go consumer. Included is a collapsible spoon that invites co... Read more
Chuckanut Crunch Granola, a Bellingham, WA based granola company, is proud to announce that the company’s Banana Walnut, Apple Cinnamon, Blueberry and Tropical varieties of granola have all been Non-GMO Project Verified. The company highly values the consumers right to know what is in the foods they eat and keeping whole foods whole through minimal processing. “We are excited to have our granola Non-GMO project verified, Chuckanut Crunch Granola contains no preservatives or refined sugar. It... Read more
Fruit Bliss is excited to announce the expansion of its organic dried fruit line to include Soft and Juicy Rehydrated Tart Cherries.
“After the success of our current line of organic dried fruit, we are excited to add tart cherries to the list,” said Susan Leone, founder and owner of Fruit Bliss. “Our Tart Cherries are great for a healthy snack right out of the bag, or for an extra flavor zing in any recipe or smoothie.”
Fruit Bliss Tart Cherries are picked at the height of ripenes... Read more
Richvale, CA, April 17, 2018 – Lundberg Family Farms, a national leader in organic rice, rice products and US-grown quinoa, today introduced the latest addition to its product line with five new rice & seasoning mix side dishes, two which also contain quinoa. These delicious, convenient new products are now available to retailers and distributors for pickup, with target rollout for consumers in June.
Lundberg Family Farms’ new side dishes are made with quality ingredients like their o... Read more
Lundberg Family Farms, a national leader in organic rice, rice products and US-grown quinoa, is introducing Organic Baked Grain Bites as a new product extension to the Grounded Snacks® line-up. These puffed, crunchy, bites are now available to retailers and distributors for pick-up, with target roll-out for consumers in March.
Baked Grain Bites is a light, airy, and great-tasting snack made from brown rice, sorghum and amaranth. They are offered in a fun variety of flavors, each containing 2... Read more