Non-GMO Initiatives

U.S. farmers “hungry” for partnership with Mexico to supply non-GMO corn

If Mexico needs non-GMO corn to supplement domestic production, Midwest grain suppliers and farmers say they can meet their needs While U.S. agribusiness and biotechnology groups criticize and threaten Mexico over its bans on glyphosate herbicide and genetically modified corn, Midwest farmers like Graham Christensen say they would be happy to supply our southern neighbor […]

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Mexico wants to import non-GMO corn, and U.S. grain suppliers say they can deliver it

Mexico’s GMO corn ban presents an opportunity for U.S. farmers to supply non-GMO corn south of the border While U.S. agribusiness groups are trying to pressure Mexico into abandoning their announced bans on glyphosate herbicide and imports of genetically modified corn by 2024, U.S. suppliers of non-GMO seed and grain see an opportunity to supply […]

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Hundreds of food retailers support Fair Trade and Non-GMO Month this October

October is Fair Trade Month and Non-GMO Month. Grocery stores across North America will be promoting products and brands that are working to fix a broken food system. This October, brands, non-profits, retailers, and shoppers are celebrating Fair Trade Month and Non-GMO Month. The harvest month of October has become a time when more attention […]

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Non-GMO food labeling programs increasing in Europe

As more EU member states establish non-GMO labeling for meat, dairy, and egg products, an initiative to harmonize the labels in the Danube Region may lead to an EU-wide labeling standard

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Chef aims to be catalyst for change to non-GMO corn in tortilla industry

Ivan Calderon’s Southern California-based Tortillería Orgánica & Café offers healthy Mexican cuisine and will supply non-GMO tortillas

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