FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fairfield, Iowa (March 9, 2017) – FoodChain ID today announced that it has verified its 50,000th product for the Non-GMO Project’s product verification program. Non-GMO Project Verified is one of the fastest growing markets in natural foods, with industry-wide annual sales in North America topping $16 billion.
As a technical administrator for the Non-GMO Project since 2007, FoodChain ID has worked with more than 2,500 companies, including many leading brands, to ensure their products meet the technical requirements necessary to obtain the use of the Non-GMO Project’s popular Butterfly label. FoodChain ID’s verification work has encompassed more than 25,000 ingredients from 14,000 suppliers in over 100 countries.
FoodChain ID is a subsidiary of The FoodChain ID Group, which together with Genetic ID and CERT ID, provide a comprehensive suite of food testing, food certification and supply chain compliance software and service solutions.
About FoodChain ID
FoodChain ID (www.foodchainid.com) is an expert in supply chain compliance platforms, with specialized expertise and unparalleled knowledge of non-GMO product verification, GMO testing, non-GMO certification, global GMO regulatory requirements, and the international non-GMO ingredient supply chain. As the longest serving technical administrator for the Non-GMO Project’s product verification program, FoodChain ID has verified more than 50,000 products and served more than 2,500 clients in over 100 countries.
About The FoodChain ID Group
FoodChain ID Group (www.global-id-group.com) companies provide integrated food safety and food quality solutions that address the challenges and opportunities in the rapidly evolving food industry. Serving more than 15,000 clients in over 100 countries with a market-leading portfolio of testing, inspection, certification, and consulting services, the FoodChain ID Group helps companies navigate the increasingly regulated global food economy and the demand for higher levels of transparency, accountability, safety and sustainability.
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