Manufacturers, feeling pressure from consumers and retailers like Whole Foods Market, are looking at what going non-GMO and obtaining Non-GMO Project verification would entail. It’s a costly undertaking, requiring significant investments in time, resources, and money. Whether companies can absorb these expenses, rather than passing them on to consumers, becomes part of a complex decision that needs to be taken apart piece by piece.
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