GMO Inside Blog

19
Aug

Farmer Profile: Constance & Eric Payne, Chopping Block Farm

Green America and GMO Inside are pleased to announce our new Farmer-Grower Initiative. Through this new initiative, we are expanding collaboration with farmers, growers, and garden educators across the US to highlight and celebrate the work of our nation’s sustainable food producers. By amplifying the voice of the sustainable farming community, we aim to bridge […]

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15
Aug

Summer Send-Off

Hello, GMO Insiders!  It’s August, the last month before the summer says goodbye. We’re not ready to part ways just yet. No better way to send off these hot months than indulging in some delicious treats! 1. Mate Cranberry Raspberry Cooler - Guayki Brand Yerba Mate This tart and tangy drink is quick to whip up! Please use organic and […]

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07
Aug

Make Your Own Non-GMO & Organic Mayo!

  Make Your Own Mayonnaise! 1. Vegan Option – Homemade Grapeseed Mayonnaise by Isa Chandra Moskowitz Isa is one of the most revered vegan chefs for her wide variety of recipes covering every course. She has authored or co-authored a library of cookbooks, runs a restaurant in Omaha, Nebraska, and maintains a website called Post […]

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06
Aug

Scorecard: What Makes for Better Mayonnaise?

There’s a lot more to mayonnaise than meets the eye. With GMOs and factory farmed eggs in many conventional brands, you and your potato salad deserve better – which is why we’ve found several great alternatives you can use instead.  Our brand new GMO Inside mayo scorecard compares a number of leading brands, ranging from the […]

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04
Aug

Bring out the Hellmann’s and Bring out the GMOs

Health-conscious people avoid it and few people admit to using it, but it always turns up at a summertime cookout, picnic, or potluck…mayonnaise. Mayonnaise is a staple in dishes like potato salad, coleslaw, and the beloved deviled egg. Some people even mix it with ketchup and put it on hot dogs, or use it alone […]

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25
Jul

Summer Cookout Recipes

July’s here, which means it’s time to get the grill going and cook up a big summer feast! Here are some recipes to try out in your next cookout. Buy local and organic whenever possible! Kamut Wheat Pasta Salad This pasta salad is great for a summer side dish, and the perfect vegetarian protein option! Pasta Salad Ingredients: […]

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23
Jul

“What the Starbucks?!” Comment Card Day of Action!

Can you even imagine what employees at Starbucks have to deal with in the day-to-day? Rude and demanding customers who will stop at nothing to get their caffeine fix, highly specific drink orders that are a nightmare to keep straight…and the list goes on and on. Starbucks employees go through it all – but above all […]

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22
Jul

Iowa Goes Bananas for GMOs

By Genna Reed Genna Reed is a researcher at Food & Water Watch primarily focused on new technology issues within the food system. Originally published on the Food & Water Watch Blog on July 18, 2014. Iowa happens to have planted more genetically engineered corn and soybeans than any other state this year. In part because […]

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16
Jul

General Mills is the Bee in My Bonnet

THE BEE IN MY BONNET After months of consumer pressure, in January 2014 General Mills announced it would remove GMO ingredients from original Cheerios. Green America’s campaign GMO Inside, with the help of over 200,000 consumers, are continuing to ask the company to continue with Honey Nut Cheerios and its other products. We have also […]

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14
Jul

The Story of Coconut Bliss

The Story of Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss Luna and Larryʼs Coconut Bliss® is a coconut milk-based ice cream available in seventeen flavors: Cappuccino, Cherry Amaretto, Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Chocolate Walnut Brownie, Dark Chocolate, Ginger Cookie Caramel, Lunaberry Swirl, Mint Galactica, Mocha Maca Crunch, Naked Almond Fudge, Naked Coconut, Pineapple Coconut, Salted Caramel […]

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