Victoria Fine Foods (VFF) announced that they have received Non-GMO Project verification on their Victoria flagship premium pasta sauces, to build upon their previously verified Victoria Vegan line.
Brooklyn-based Victoria Fine Foods, founded in 1929, is committed to using only the best ingredients supporting the brand's philosophy of Ingredients Come First®. VFF is a strong supporter of non-GMO food and the value of becoming Non-GMO Project Verified. The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that offers North America's only third party verification and labeling for non-GMO (genetically modified organism) food and products.
"We are delighted to receive official Non-GMO Project Verification for our flagship line of Victoria Premium pasta sauces indicating that we have met the Non-GMO Project's stringent guidelines," indicated Don Davide, Chief Strategy Officer at Victoria Fine Foods. "Non-GMO foods are a growing consumer trend and verification provides the public assurance that products have been grown and handled according to strict procedures. This is perfectly in sync with both our Ingredients Come First approach and our continued efforts to lead the category as innovators in specialty foods."
Victoria premium sauces that are now Non-GMO Project verified include: Victoria Marinara, Tomato Basil, Fradiavolo, Roasted Garlic Chianti Wine Marinara, Italian Veggie Marinara, Low Sodium Marinara, Low Sodium Tomato Basil, Low Sodium Fradiavolo. In addition, we have an Organic Garden Herb Marinara that is Non-GMO Project verified. All of the Victoria Vegan sauces have been Non-GMO Project verified since 2012, showing leadership in the non-GMO movement. These include Victoria Vegan Vodka Sauce, Vegan Alfredo Sauce, Vegan Artichoke Alfredo, Vegan Red Pepper Alfredo, Vegan Arugula Pesto Alfredo, and Vegan White Bean Marinara.