GMO Inside Blog

25
Nov

Farmer Profile: Albert Straus, Straus Family Creamery

In continuing our Farmer-Grower series we interviewed Albert Straus, a dairyman who is revolutionizing what it means to operate a sustainable dairy. In addition to the dairy, Albert operates Straus Family Creamery located in Marshall, CA. Straus Family Creamery is organic and Non-GMO Project Verified, dedicated to improving environmental practices and long-term sustainability of family […]

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24
Nov

Easy Homemade Hummus Recipe

Hummus is one of those amazing foods that is absolutely delicious and extremely versatile, not to mention extremely easy to make at home. Some of the most popular store bought hummus brands, such as Sabra, include GE ingredients such as soybean oil and citric acid. While there are lots of wonderful organic options out there, […]

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20
Nov

Happy Non-GMO Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is a holiday filled with family, friends, and often time’s way too much food. This year is a wonderful time to take the opportunity to mix up your dinner menu. Many of the most common Thanksgiving items contain GMOs; use this guide on How to Celebrate a Non-GMO Thanksgiving to make sure that you […]

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20
Nov

Happy Non-GMO Thanksgiving Recipe #4: It’s Time for New Dessert Favorites

Thanksgiving is one of those meals where you tend to overeat during the main course and often times don’t have room for dessert. One of the benefits of serving an early meal (closer to lunch) is that you can serve dessert a few hours later as more of an evening snack. Now Pumpkin Pie is […]

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14
Nov

Happy Non-GMO Recipe #3: A New Take on the Main Dish

There are a number of reasons not to serve turkey at your Thanksgiving dinner; you may not want to experience the post turkey slump, it isn’t part of your family’s tradition or you have guests with dietary restrictions. The big question then is, what do you serve? This recipe for Creamy Pumpkin Seed Alfredo and […]

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12
Nov

Sabra Hummus: Stop Mixing in the GMOs

Sabra is one of the fastest growing hummus and dip brands in the US. But Sabra, which is part of Pepsi, has a secret: its hummus contains soybean oil that is likely genetically engineered (GMO). Green America’s GMO Inside is calling on PepsiCo to remove GE soybean oil and citric acid from Sabra hummus. Non-GMO […]

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07
Nov

Happy Non-GMO Thanksgiving Recipe #2: Not the Same Old Side Dish

We last tackled what to serve on Thanksgiving morning with this wonderful recipe for Carrot Gingerbread Muffins. Now it’s time to start thinking about what to serve for dinner. American movies for years have ingrained in us the idea that it isn’t Thanksgiving without that side of green bean casserole. But guess what, there is […]

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05
Nov

Oregon and Colorado GMO Labeling Bills – It Doesn’t End Here!

This year’s mid-term elections have been filled with anticipation as we awaited the results of GMO labeling laws up for vote in both Oregon and Colorado. Though Oregon’s legislation will likely not pass; it is still a major sign that even when millions of dollars are spent to confuse voters they still show strong conviction […]

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03
Nov

GMO Inside: With a Social Media Policy Like Smuckers, a Comment Has To Be Good … Or It’s Gone

Company Spending $640,000 to Block Consumers’ Right to Know If GMOs Are In Food Also Censors Consumers Talking About GMOs on Social Media WASHINGTON D.C – November 3, 2014 – Green America’s GMO Inside campaign is calling out the J.M. Smucker Company (Smucker’s) for removing anti-GMO posts and posts critiquing the company’s funding of opposition […]

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03
Nov

Happy Non-GMO Thanksgiving Recipe #1: It’s Time to Mix it Up!

With fall in full swing and the Holiday season just around the corner, it is time to start thinking of what to serve at your Thanksgiving dinner table. It is so easy to get into a routine and make the same things each year, but why not mix things up? The holiday season is a […]

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