Technical Administrators

The Non-GMO Project’s Product Verification Program is North America’s only third-party verification program for non-GMO food and products. The Program’s integrity is reinforced by the credibility of the Non-GMO Project Standard and the expertise of third-party Technical Administrators. These independent companies determine if a product complies with our standard.

Each Technical Administrator has a unique pricing model and system for evaluating products, as well as additional services they can offer. We encourage you to research each company listed below and contact them directly to find the one that best fits your needs. It is possible to work with multiple Technical Administrators, as long as you submit different products to each company.

To begin your product evaluation, please select a Technical Administrator from the list below—they can provide you with a cost estimate and application materials. The descriptions of Project-approved Technical Administrators were submitted by each company and not created by the Non-GMO Project. Have questions? Contact our Client Experience team. We are here to help!

If you are interested in becoming a Technical Administrator, please contact

FoodChain ID | (641) 469-6181

While verification can be complex and difficult for some, it’s simple with FoodChain IDOurs is a streamlined process, including expert help, cost-saving best practices and an industry-leading knowledgebase perfected over 10 years to make your job easier and help you sail across the finish line. FoodChain ID has successfully verified 75% of all non-GMO products sold today. We offer clients the assurance that verifications are expedited accurately, rapidly and on budget. The required annual compliance process is automated and fast. Expert assistance is just a call or an email away. Enjoy smooth sailing to verification success with FoodChain ID.

Outline of fees related to the FCID program [PDF] 

SCS Global Services | 1-800-326-3228 x6822

SCS Global Services has been providing global leadership in third-party environmental and sustainability certification, auditing, testing, and standards development for three decades. Programs span a cross-section of industries, recognizing achievements in green building, product manufacturing, food and agriculture, forestry, and more. SCS is a California Benefit Corporation, reflecting its commitment to socially and environmentally responsible business practice.

Outline of fees related to the SCS Global Services program [PDF]

NSF International

NSF Non-GMO Services | (619) 372-6309

For more than 75 years, NSF International has been providing leadership in consumer health, safety and sustainability certifications, auditing, testing and standards development worldwide. Expert support from NSF’s global team and our expedited process makes achieving Non-GMO Project verification simple and cost-efficient, with over 5,000 products verified. We make your job easier by providing a dedicated account manager and access to a secure client portal with everything you need in one place. Contact us about bundling your verification with other audits and certifications including NSF Gluten-Free, Certified Plant Based, GFSI and food safety as well as organic certification from Quality Assurance International. And ask about our small business pricing!

Outline of fees related to the NSF International program [PDF]

Where Food Comes From Inc. | (866) 395-5883

Where Food Comes From, Inc. (WFCF, ICS, IMI) offers a wide array of verification and certification services to help food producers, brands and consumers differentiate certain attributes and production methods in the marketplace. WFCF is an independent, third-party auditing company recognized and utilized by numerous standard-setting bodies as an accredited verification or certification service provider, doing business through three distinct corporate divisions: IMI Global, International Certification Services, and Validus Verification Services. Our mission is to provide valuable and authentic verification services to the food industry while also facilitating consumer discovery and choice around the food they eat. Learn more at

Outline of fees related to the Where Food Comes From program [PDF]