Fork In The Road Launches First GAP Certified and Non-GMO Project Verified Deli Meats at Whole Foods Market

Fork in the Road Foods is proud to announce the launch of their Non-GMO Project Verified Bulk Deli Meats. The San Francisco based meat company has been working towards transitioning their deli meat line to Non-GMO and is excited to have it available now in Northern California, Southern Pacific, Southwest and Pacific Northwest Whole Foods Market regions.

“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 going non-GMO would be a step in the right direction. We are happy to offer consumers a product that is free of genetically modified organisms and meets our guidelines for animal welfare and quality.”

Fork in the Road received Non-GMO Project Verification after a rigorous testing process to ensure all animal feed and product ingredients, as well as their manufacturing plant, met the Non-GMO Project Standard. As with all Fork in the Road products, the deli meats are produced from meat raised without the use of antibiotics and added hormones, and is animal welfare certified under the Global Animal Partnership (GAP) 5-Step Program. Products contain no synthetic nitrates or nitrites, or artificial ingredients and preservatives.

You can find the handcrafted Non-GMO deli meats in the prepared foods department. Ask a Whole Foods Team Member to slice it fresh for you!

Fork in the Road’s new non-GMO deli line includes:

Oven Roasted Turkey Breast
Smoked Turkey Breast
Herb Roasted Chicken
Uncured Black Forest Ham
Uncured Maple Honey Ham
Uncured Beef Pastrami
Roast Beef
Uncured Corned Beef


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