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‘Non-GMO Project verification moving to ingredient suppliers: FoodChain ID’ ConfectioneryNews, Sept. 29, 2016 Non-GMO verification is moving beyond branded goods as more ingredient suppliers look to become certified From the state of Vermont to the federal level in the U.S., non-GMO labeling has taken the food industry by storm, as an increasing amount of consumers […]

WHY ARE LOW GMO-RISK INGREDIENTS VERIFIED?

Why the Non-GMO Project Verifies Low GMO-Risk Ingredients One of the most common questions that comes up about Non-GMO Project verification is why the Project verifies products that are seemingly not at risk or at low-risk of being produced from GMOs. While it may seem strange to have Non-GMO Project Verified salt or fruit, there […]

FOODCHAIN ID WHITE PAPER

The Central Role of Information Management Software in a Non-GMO Verification Program Updated: September 2016 Download PDF White Paper Supply chain compliance management software such as FoodChain ID’s SupplyTrak online system automates many aspects of the Non-GMO Project verification process, allowing enrollees, consultants, technical advisors, co-packers, and ingredient suppliers to navigate, 24/7, the complexities of […]

VISIT FOODCHAIN ID AT NATURAL PRODUCTS EXPO EAST, SEPT. 22-24

Join Us at the Baltimore Convention Center, Booth #2813 Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD September 22-24 Booth #2813 The Non-GMO Project Verified seal is one of the most sought-after certifications in the food industry today. Stop by our booth to find out why and to learn how to enroll your products. Or, if you are […]

WHY CHOOSE FOODCHAIN ID?

If your company is enrolling in Non-GMO Project verification for the first time, you will benefit immeasurably by working with an experienced technical administrator (TA) to assist you in the product verification program. By doing so, you will maximize your time and budget on the path to acquiring use of the Project’s seal. Why choose […]

SWEET CORN, FEED CORN AND POPCORN… GMO OR NON-GMO?

Now that it’s summertime, you might be seeing pickup trucks parked at the side of the road loaded with sweet corn for sale. Is that corn genetically modified (GM) or non-GMO? What about other kinds of corn, like feed corn and popcorn? Sweet corn indeed may have been grown from GM seeds. Since 2011, when […]

10 REASONS TO GET NON-GMO PROJECT VERIFIED

Benefits of Non-GMO Project Verification Why enroll in Non-GMO Project verification and begin the product verification program? Here are 10 reasons to start today. Increase product sales. Revenues in the Non-GMO Project Verified market now top $16 billion per year. Products carrying the Non-GMO Project Verified Butterfly label often see an increase in sales.   Elevate […]

CLIENT SUCCESS STORY: JACKSON’S HONEST CHIPS

To: FoodChain ID From: Scott and Megan Reamer, Owners, Jackson’s Honest Subject: Thank you! “Our efforts to bring the world the first organic, Non-GMO Project Verified tortilla chips cooked in organic coconut oil could never have been accomplished without our partners all along the value chain. The work done at FoodChain ID to ensure a sustainable […]

NON-GMO PROJECT’S PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD NOW OPEN, APRIL 25-JUNE 24

The Non-GMO Project Standard, developed and managed by the Non-GMO Project, presents a system of best practices for GMO avoidance. Since the Standard is a consensus-based document, public comment is welcome during official comment periods. The Non-GMO Project is now seeking public input on the Standard, Version 13. Round 1 of the comment period is open from Monday, April […]

NON-GMO AND ORGANIC – WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

The term “Non-GMO Project Verified” indicates that a product has met the requirements of the Non-GMO Project Standard for GMO avoidance. “Certified Organic” has a different scope and focus, though it does prohibit the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in products. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s regulations for Certified Organic requires that farmers and processors demonstrate […]

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