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Sunfood Raw Organic Non-GMO Superfoods

Sunfood Raw Organic Non-GMO Superfoods

organic-creations JustNatural Family-Owned Organic GMO-Free Brands | GMO Awareness The following is an ever-evolving list of privately-owned / family-owned companies who produce organic foods AND are adamantly opposed to genetic engineering / GMO ingredients. These companies are our favorite brands to support… they continue to operate independently, which enables them to uphold solid product integrity as well as freedom in educating about GMOs. The opposite side of this coin are organic brands owned by major food corporations. When an organic brand is controlled by a corporation, product quality can suffer, and worse, your dollars spent on these “corporate organics” trickle back upstream to the parent corporation—most of whom don’t think GMOs are a problem and/or worse, donated money to prevent GMO labeling. This doesn’t mean “corporate organics” aren’t organic. Here are the brands we heartily recommend you support because they are organic + GMO free + private-/family owned. • Mary’s Free Range Turkeys: organic, GMO-free, and free range. © 2011–2014.

Organic Consumers Association BUBBLE AND BEE: How to Tell if a Product is Really Organic The world of "organic" personal care products can be confusing to navigate. There are SO many tricks and ways that companies bend and break the rules of organic labeling. So many times you can buy something that gave you the impression that it was organic, but then you turn it around to read the ingredients and find out it has things like phenoxyethanol, vegetable emulsifying wax, "fragrance," Grapefruit Seed Extract, and other harmful chemicals. Here are some of the common tricks that companies do. Organic claims without certification. Subconscious Marketing. Illegal use of the seal on websites. You'll notice there on the top it says "our partners." Here's another site...Check out the organic claim that is made here: In order for a product to legally say "made with organic" the product, of course, must be 70% or more organic content, it has to be made in a USDA certified organic processing facility under strict conditions, and only contain certain approved non-organic ingredients.

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