Where to buy NON-GMO certified foods

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Purchasing organic and certified organic products means your buying foods that cannot intentionally include any GMO ingredients. Buying organic is key and another great way is to look for retailers supporting the “Non-GMO Project” verified seals. Shopping at retailers supporting this project will help you avoid GMO ingredients.



The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. They believe that everyone deserves an informed choice about whether or not to consume genetically modified organisms.



They’ve created a searchable database of food retailers that are participating in the NON-GMO project.



The retailers and non-profits listed in this list are committed to informed choice when it comes to GMOs, and endorse the Non-GMO Project’s approach to ensuring the sustained availability of non-GMO options.



Participating NON-GMO Project Retailers


30 Comments on Where to buy NON-GMO certified foods

  1. Dan Lamothe

    Did you guys know that there's a country attached to the US called Canada right? Just sayin'

  2. Purchasing organic and certified organic products means your buying foods that cannot intentionally include any GMO ingredients.
    It's you're not your. Thanks.

  3. Jennifer Holiman

    Whole Foods is enforcing labeling within their stores. They never said they would be 100% GMO free, just make people aware and allow them to make their own choices.

  4. Verna Friday

    Yes we are attached and for Native people of North America….there is no border….it is the US & the Canadian State always working on establishing a border either by assuming jurisdiction or using disasters like 9/11 to strengthen border rules….there is still a huge area recognized as "Indian Territory" that legally has not changed since the recognition of that Native land ever since Pontiac and the Royal Proclamation of October 7, 1763….250 yrs in a few days!

  5. BE AWARE… You can NOT trust the 'Non-GMO Project certified' symbol on the packaging to indicate that the company is actually supporting sustainable agriculture, and the fight against GMOs in any way! I don't think it is right to promote certain companies as supporting the non-GMO movement when they are fighting labeling of GMO's, since that means that, though they may not yet be using GMOs, they plan to as soon as the think they will be able to get away with it!

    After the March Against Monsanto in May, I downloaded the http://www.Buycott.com app into my smartphone, and scanned everything in my fridge and pantry. I used to have Kashi Cereal with Silk Soy milk for breakfast every day for years, and even though Silk proudly displays the 'Non-GMO project verified' symbol on the carton, both Silk and Kashi / Kellogg companies contributed over $250,000 each last year in the fight AGAINST LABELING! Please download the app, and SHOP YOUR CONSCIENCE!

  6. Judy Kowalke Tipton

    WOW! I didn't know this about Kashi! I just read that Kashi is one of the healthiest cereals to eat.

  7. Judy Kowalke Tipton

    Darlene Kozak Really!? Must be all the GMO food that the US folks have been eating. BTW…my mother was a Winnipeg native. Winnipeg is in the province of Manitoba, in Canada, a country in North America.

  8. Judy Kowalke Tipton

    Darlene Kozak Really!? Must be all the GMO food that the US folks have been eating. BTW…my mother was a Winnipeg native. Winnipeg is in the province of Manitoba, in Canada, a country in North America.

  9. Judy Kowalke Tipton

    Darlene Kozak Really!? Must be all the GMO food that the US folks have been eating. BTW…my mother was a Winnipeg native. Winnipeg is in the province of Manitoba, in Canada, a country in North America.

  10. Sharon Simpson

    And then your all seeing gov has put a NON-CONSTITION ZONE all around the US. And yes , we put swimming pools out back of our igloos!

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