A growing number of retailers and consumers are concerned about genetically modified ingredients, and now there's a label that aims to clear up the confusion about what products actually contain them. The Non-GMO Project, which counts many of the major players in the natural and organic industry as members, has developed the first-ever voluntary standard to signify products that contain no GM ingredients. The certification process has been ongoing for the past two years, and by the end of ...

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