TruJoy Sweets scores Non-GMO Project verification

TruJoy Sweets scores Non-GMO Project verification

TruJoy Sweets demonstrated that all of its GMO risk ingredients are tested according to a rigorous and continuous program in compliance with the Non-GMO Project standards.

TruJoy Sweets, one the country’s only brands of delightful, delicious, confectionary products made with all natural ingredients and without any corn syrup, artificial colors or flavors, announced today that it has been officially verified by the Non-GMO Project, North America’s only independent verification for products made according to rigorous best practices for GMO avoidance.

In order to achieve verification, TruJoy Sweets demonstrated that all of its GMO risk ingredients are tested according to a rigorous and continuous program in compliance with the Non-GMO Project standards. These standards include strict traceability and segregation requirements.

“While TruJoy Sweets uses only the highest quality natural and organic non-GMO ingredients, we saw enrolling in the Non-GMO Project as an important step in our commitment to providing consumers with sustainably produced, non-GMO confections,” said Bert Cohen, president and founder of TruSweets, LLC, a socially responsible company dedicated to building delicious, sweet snack brands that are better for our families and our planet. “With Non-GMO Project verification and the addition of the Non-GMO Project seal to our packaging, consumers can feel better knowing they are getting only the highest quality ingredients in all TruJoy Sweets products.”

“We applaud TruJoy Sweets for their diligence in having their products verified to the Non-GMO Project standard, particularly since they are providing an alternative to sweets produced with GMO beet sugar and GMO corn syrup,” said Megan Westgate, executive director of the Non-GMO Project.

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