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The Non-GMO Project

Non-GMO

The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. We believe that everyone has a right to know what’s in the food they’re eating and feeding their loved ones.

Our Mission

Our mission is to preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers, and provide verified non-GMO choices.

What We Do

The Non-GMO Project works in several different capacities to ensure the availability of non-GMO products and to help support informed choice. We offer North America’s most trusted third party verification and labeling for non-GMO food and products. We also educate consumers and the food industry to help build awareness about GMOs and their impact on our health and food systems.

Our Impact

The Non-GMO Project began verifying products in 2010. Since that time, we have worked with thousands of brands and manufacturers to avoid the use of GMOs in their products. We also have collaborated with more than 14,000 retailers to help them deepen and share their non-GMO commitment.

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