Once a grassroots effort from a few independent retailers, the non-GMO movement is stronger than ever—and building every day.
This Non-GMO Month, newhope360 and Natural Foods Merchandiser are offering the latest information about what GMO transparency means for your company, whether you’re looking to improve in-store education, source ingredients more responsibly or influence pending legislation. Why? We believe you have the right to know how to support non-GMO. Follow the latest content here.
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GMOs: What you need to know
This insider’s guide is packed with information on the issues shaping the non-GMO conversation.
Understanding the non-GMO ingredient market
This white paper from Top Health Ingredients explains the importance of working with trusted suppliers when manufacturing a Non-GMO Project Verified product.
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Non-GMO Twitter Chat
Join the conversation! newhope360 and our non-GMO sponsors will answer your top questions on October 11 at 2 p.m. EST.
From stocking non-GMO products to sourcing non-GMO ingredients, on October 24 at 2 p.m. EST, join leading non-GMO experts to understand how you can become a model in transparent business.
Get more content from our Non-GMO Month Sponsors
Natural Vitality: Natural Vitality supports non-GMO education. As a purpose-driven human nutrition company, we work not only to make people healthier, but the planet as well. Read more
Nature’s Path Foods: Nature’s Path Foods is a family-run independent organic food company committed to leaving the earth better than we found it. Read more.
Nutrigold: We support the non-GMO movement because of our passion for quality. We continue to focus on how to help advance the goals of the non-GMO movement and the efforts of the Non-GMO Project and other industry advocates. Read more
Silk: We are committed to non-GMO because we believe that the less you mess with Mother Nature, the better and use only North American soybeans grown without genetic modification. Read more
Top Health Ingredients: Since many of the main crops in North America have been genetically modified, particularly corn and soy, companies seeking non-GMO status will likely need to develop relationships with global suppliers of non-GMO crops. Read more.
MegaFood: Non-GMO is rapidly becoming the new “standard” and we’re proud to be part of this movement. We have carefully selected a group of our products to undergo third-party verification by the Non-GMO Project. Read more