McCormick’s “Gourmet” Spices

There are no GMO spices currently on the market, but that didn’t stop McCormick from proudly releasing its GMO-free “Gourmet” line of products, ranging from cinnamon to thyme, in 2015. At the time, the line of 172...

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Barilla Pasta

Commercialized GMO wheat is nowhere to be found in supermarkets. But, that hasn’t stopped Barilla from deceptively labeling its pasta with the Non-GMO project logo. Barilla is facing a highly competitive food market. Consumers are switching to...

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Clover Sonoma Milk

On its website, Clover Sonoma Farms credits its decision to go non-GMO – and to utilize the Non-GMO Project verified label – as an effort to drive industry progress and build “trust with consumers.” In particular,...

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Left Field Farms Milk

Sometimes fear-mongering as a marketing tactic is subtle; a veiled attempt at making you question what you otherwise thought to be true. Other times it’s a blatant, in your face, laugh out loud manipulation. The marketing...

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Stonyfield Yogurt

The science is clear: ALL milk is naturally GMO free, regardless of the type of feed – GM or non-GM – that the cows producing it have consumed. Anyone – or any company – that implies...

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Hunt’s Tomatoes

For many consumers who comparison shop for their groceries, a food label announcing the lack of some ingredient or process in its product infers a real difference between that product and its competitors. It’s easy to...

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Florida’s Natural Orange Juice

There is no such thing as a GMO orange. As such, as long as a product’s only ingredient is oranges, then it is ALWAYS naturally GMO-free. But that hasn’t stopped the makers of Florida’s Natural orange...

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Dannon Yogurt

Dannon announced with great fanfare last year a “sweeping commitment for sustainable agriculture, more natural ingredients, and greater transparency,” with a key aspect of that pledge being its decision to begin sourcing the milk for its...

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