1. The Non-GMO Project website is a great site to educate yourself and your family about the very real dangers of GMOs.

2. For Non-GMO verified products click here.

3. The retailers and non-profits listed here are committed to informed choice when it comes to GMOs, and endorse the Non-GMO Project’s approach to ensuring the sustained availability of non-GMO options.

4. Download the Non-GMO iPhone app here. This app features a list of the brands and products that are enrolled in the Non-GMO Project’s Product Verification Program. The list of Non-GMO Project brands and products in this guide is searchable by product type, brand name, product name, and key word. It addition, you can use it to find Supporting Retailers in your area who can help you with your non-GMO shopping. The guide also includes tips for avoiding GMOs, including a list of GMO crops and common ingredients at risk for GMO contamination. This App is Available for both iPhones and iPod Touches.

5. Non-GMO and organic seeds:

6. For a Non-GMO shopping guide, click here.

7.. Information resources:

GE Food Alert,
GMO Free World,
GMO Journal,
GM Watch,
Soyinfo Center,
The Share Guide,


Creating awareness of GMOs is the only way we are going to get them off the shelves of our grocery stores and off the plates of our friends and families. I talk to at least one person each day who has never heard of GMOs. Awareness is key. If we work together to do the two following things, we will create awareness.

1. SHARE Facebook, Twitter and your other social networks. It only takes a few seconds and will have a huge effect. You can also like the GMO Awareness Facebook page or follow them on Twitter.

2. GIFT or lend the book Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods or movie Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives to your family, friends and neighbors. Having information presented in a powerful and easy to digest format is a great way to create awareness. Another informational free-to-view exposé movie is “The World According to Monsanto.”

This label will assure you, the food you are eating is not genetically modified. To ensure your produce are non-GMO, purchase organic.


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