WIN: Sanderson Farms Chicken

Over and over again we see poultry farms and food companies add labels to their products that tout a distinction without a difference. That’s not the case with Sanderson Farms. While others make claims like “no hormones...

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Breyers Ice Cream

Craving a sweet frozen treat? You may want to think twice about choosing products from ice cream and frozen dairy desert maker Breyers if you believe food companies owe consumers honesty in marketing. Here’s why: Even...

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Progresso Chicken Noodle Soup

Per the USDA, it is illegal to sell poultry in the U.S. that was raised with added hormones. So why does Progresso use language like “No hormones added ever” in its commercials and on its website? It’s...

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Ocean Spray Dried Cranberries

There is no such thing as a GMO cranberry. Ocean Spray’s “Craisins® Original Dried Cranberries” only have two ingredients – cranberries and cane sugar, and neither the berry plants nor the sugar cane has genetically-modified versions...

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Pompeian Extra Virgin Olive Oil

There is no such thing as a genetically modified olive. But, that hasn’t stopped Pompeian from deceptively labeling all of its olive oils with the Non-GMO Project logo. As demand explodes for other kinds of cooking oils like...

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Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea

Anything calling itself “sleepy time” should be calm and relaxing, right? But there’s not much comfort to be found in the marketing of Celestial Seasonings’ Sleepytime tea. By including the Non-GMO Project butterfly logo on the...

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Wild Planet Tuna

On their website, Wild Planet lists only TWO ingredients for their canned tuna:   Albacore tuna (Thunnus alalunga) and sea salt Simple, right? Yeah, not so much. Along with those ingredients, Wild Planet also proudly features...

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Tropicana Orange Juice

There are currently no GMO oranges available on the market. So why does Tropicana insist on using a Non-GMO Project verified label on its original orange juice products that have literally one ingredient – oranges? Tropicana’s sales declined nearly...

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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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