Non-GMO shopping trip
Download this handy guide to help you avoid buying foods containing genetically modified ingredients
Thanks to Prop. 37, the Right to Know Initiative—which will be on the November ballot—the subject of labeling foods containing genetically modified ingredients (GMOs) is front and center in the consciousness of Californians. Considering the current lack of labeling of such foods, however, it’s good there exists a handy Non-GMO Shopping Guide to help you make informed choices in the meantime. The extensive 19-page guide lists food categories from dairy products, to produce and pasta, to snack foods and pet foods. For instance, under “Baby Foods & Infant Formula,” nine brands are listed as being verified GMO-free by the Non-GMO Project, including Earth’s Best and Revolution Foods. In the “Condiments, Oils, Dressings & Spreads” section, Annie’s, Aura Cacia, Eden, Lundberg Family Farms and Spectrum are among those on the list.
Go to www.nongmoshoppingguide.com to download the entire guide.