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Non-GMO Project
A nonprofit organization committed to preserving and building sources of products, educating consumers and providing verified non-GMO choices.
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Non-GMO Project Sep 20
From our butterfly and beyond, we are dedicated to better choices for a better future. And our future is dependent on the welfare of our planet.
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Non-GMO Project Sep 20
"But this is the year 2019. This is not the time and place for dreams. This is the time to wake up. This is the moment in history when we need to be wide awake."
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Non-GMO Project Jun 21
Thanks for helping us celebrate Pollinator Week, ! You know that pollinators help fertilize more than 1,200 crops, including 87 of the 115 crops most commonly eaten by humans.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 20
Does physical location change the way foods taste?
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Non-GMO Project Jun 20
battle looming in Oregon. We stand with farmers and families who want to protect the Willamette Valley's rich diversity of non-GMO vegetables from canola contamination.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 19
It’s crucial we all recognize the impact, negative or positive, that we can have on the vitality of honeybees and their colonies. Join the Non-GMO Project and to learn more about the importance of pollinators!
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Non-GMO Project Jun 19
The AquAdvantage salmon likely won't be labeled as such until 2022.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 18
Should companies have the authority to opt-out of regulations on their own products? We think not.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 17
Join the Non-GMO Project and to celebrate National Pollinator Week! 🐝 Roughly 35 percent of human food requires pollinators, so the conversation about feeding a growing population has to begin with pollinator health—not GMOs.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 14
"We don't want this to happen" -Nnimmo Bassey of
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Non-GMO Project Jun 14
Can the Impossible Burger live up to New York's impossibly high standards?
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Non-GMO Project Jun 13
We agree with the recent European court of justice ruling that the products of new genetic modification techniques, like CRISPR, should be regulated as .
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Non-GMO Project Jun 13
Did you know that vanilla flavor can come from real vanilla beans OR from microorganisms?
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Non-GMO Project Jun 12
Recent applications submitted to the EU for the approval of crop growing include varieties modified to produce up to six insecticidal toxins.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 12
For California's Central Valley farmworkers, it's hard to get away from your work when the chemicals applied to fields and orchards taint your tap water at home.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 11
Look for the Butterfly to keep salmon products out of your shopping basket.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 11
The industry will push their new genetic modification techniques further than ever before.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 10
What foods do you associate with a specific location?
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Non-GMO Project Jun 10
New rules would allow producers to self-determine if their products should be exempt from regulation.
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Non-GMO Project Jun 7
We're looking forward to seeing 's products on grocery shelves later this year!
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