Published: November 13, 2023
The Organic & Non-GMO Sourcebook is the world’s only directory of organic, non-GMO, and regenerative suppliers. The Sourcebook features suppliers of seeds, grains, ingredients, animal feed, and food products. There are also related products and services, such as advocacy organizations, GMO testing labs, and organic, non-GMO, and regenerative certification firms.
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Organic: seeds, grains, flours (including chickpea, coconut, quinoa, and almond), spreads, seaweeds, spices, and bulk ingredients, including flax, hemp, sunflower, chia, sesame, amaranth, and much more
Non-GMO food grade soybeans, organic soybeans, high protein soybeans from USA/Canada to worldwide
Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified expeller pressed canola oil
Non-GMO and organic whole grains, seeds, and legumes: barley, emmer, buckwheat, flax, khorasan, lentils, oats, rye, spelt, peas, hard red spring wheat, red fife, soft white wheat, soup mix, and cereals
Non-GMO and organic or conventional: dry edible beans, special crops, and pulses; experts in good grade soybeans (for tofu, soymilk, tempeh, sprouts, natto, etc.); premiums offered if available, please call
Organic and natural food manufacturer and distributor of nearly 30 brands and 200 bulk foods including grains, seeds, cereals, flours, sweeteners, nuts, pulses, snack mixes, confections, and dried fruits
Organic and non-GMO cereals, bars, waffles, and toaster pastries
Non-GMO acrylamide-reducing baker's yeast
Seeds (legumes, grains, vegetables, herbs, clover, cover crops, and garlic)
Organic: alfalfa, barley, canola (seed, meal, oil), cover crops, flax (seed, meal, and oil), peas and pea flour, milling wheat, oats, soybean meal, and wheat (various)