Organized by the Organic Consumers Association Millions Against Monsanto
MAIN EVENT: Washington, D.C., 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, The White House Sidewalk (The White House Sidewalk is the sidewalk between East and West Executive Avenues on the South side of Pennsylvania Avenue NW) 11am- 3pm
Dates for ALL locations is Saturday March 26, 2011 and include (alphabetically):
Ann Arbor MI, Southeast corner of Catherine Street and N. 4th Avenue, just south of the A2 Farmers Market and Kerrytown S... Read more
From March 10th through April 10th, consumers, retailers, vendors, processors, farms, seed companies, and all other members of the public have the opportunity to submit comment on the Non-GMO Project Standard. Feedback and suggested revisions will be reviewed by the Project's Standard Committee, who will release a reflective draft for a second round of comment in late spring/early summer.
To download a copy of the Standard, please click here.
Comments can be submitted online (click here) o... Read more
Enrollment validates Peace Cereal’s long-standing commitment to using only Non-GMO ingredients
EUGENE, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Peace Cereal®, a leading all-natural cereal brand in the U.S., enrolled in the Non-GMO Project’s Product Verification Program effective November, 2010. The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit collaboration of manufacturers, retailers, distributors, farmers, seed companies and consumers dedicated to the shared mission of ensuring the sustained availability of non-GMO f... Read more
For years now, the Unites States has lagged behind the rest of the world on the issue of GMO labeling. Driven by tremendous public demand for labeling of GMO foods, the countries of the EU mandated labeling of foods containing GMO ingredients back in the late 1990s. Since then, despite overwhelming sentiment on the part of the American public in favor of labeling, the FDA has declined to take any similar action to protect American consumer choice.
MSNBC is polling readers on whether or ... Read more
A summary of scientific evidence showing that genetically modified (GM) soy and the glyphosate herbicide it is engineered to tolerate are unsustainable from the point of view of farming, the environment, rural communities, animal and human health, and economies.
Executive Summary follows; to download the full report, please click here.
Awareness is growing that many modern agricultural practices are unsustainable and that alternative ways of ensuring food security must be found. In recent ... Read more
For the last four years, since the official launch of the Non-GMO Project at the Natural Products Expo West in 2007, the non-GMO movement has been gaining ground more rapidly than ever before. That the GMO issue now has the full attention of the natural and organic product industry will be abundantly clear at Expo West in Anaheim this March. With over 200 brands and more than 4,000 products now enrolled in the Non-GMO Project, Expo attendees can expect Non-GMO Project posters and logos to be a c... Read more
Join retailers, manufacturers and consumer advocates active in the non-GMO movement at an informal reception to talk about recent developments and strategize about next steps. Take a break from a long day on the show floor and enjoy some Non-GMO Project Verified snacks and beverages in the good company of others who are passionate about keeping GMOs out of natural and organic food and products.
WHEN: Friday, March 11th, 2011 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
(Directly following "GMO and Political Chal... Read more
Contact: Barbara Haumann (802-275-3820; firstname.lastname@example.org
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb, 7, 2011)— The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has made a decision to continue to allow planting of St Louis based-Monsanto’s Roundup Ready sugar beets despite a court order to complete a final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) before making any decision on deregulation for genetically engineered (GE) sugar beets. The crop in question is genetically altered to tolerate increased application of toxic he... Read more
Contact: Natalie Terashima
For Immediate Release
Gridley, Calif. (Jan. 18, 2011) – Mary’s Gone Crackers, makers of gourmet gluten-free foods, today announced verification that its Crackers, Sticks & Twigs and love Cookies have been verified by the Non-GMO Project. Compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard is determined through a combination of document-based review, including GMO test results, and onsite inspection.
Mary’s Gone Crackers... Read more