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Mary B

THis is the first listing I’ve seen-that actually has Name Brands,so you know for sure who supports what! Great Job! PLEASE MAKE IT BIGGER TO READ:) .


Trader Joe’s Brand does not use GMO in any of their products. Check them out here

They are not a large chain but here you can find locations where they can be found


There’s two other company names that need to be added to that list. And I have spoken to two representatives from one of the companies, who confirmed it. So I know this for a fact. These two companies are ConAgra (who puts out a LOT of food products, and have subsidiary companies), and Walmart’s Great Value brand.
So I personally think it would be a good idea to add these two companies to that graphic above.


Whole Foods has sold us all out, and now supports “coexistence” of GE crops with Non-GE crops. Many of their products that are labeled “all natural” actually contain GMOs. They became wildly profitable by making consumers feel they’re bettering themselves and their families by shopping there versus the larger chains. Lies. For that reason, I’ll take my $800/mo grocery budget and spend it elsewhere (braving traditional supermarkets, buying from local farmer’s markets, etc). Learning the sad truth about Whole Foods was actually what led me to FINALLY get my own fruit/veggie/herb garden growing (I’ve been putting it off for a couple years now).


While I really appreciate this list. I would love to see a safe list.


The shorter list would be those that don’t support GMO and would be easier to shop from! Does that list exist? I am trying to use Whole Food brand, 365, I know their quality… can be a little pricier…Thanks


I’m impressed, I should say. Truly rarely do I encounter a blog that’s both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you might have hit the nail on the head. Your concept is outstanding; the issue is some thing that not enough many people are speaking intelligently about. I am highly happy that I stumbled across this in my search for some thing relating to this.


Dorothy C.

CRAZY!!! I knew many of them but, there were a few surprises for me…like Kiehl’s!!!???


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Nestea is showing as being owned by coca-cola and nestle… Does that mean both those companies are also owned by the same people?


The only name on the list I disagree with is Stoneyfield. They supported california’s prop 37 (requiring GMO labeling) and financially backed it with $50k.


Probably would be better to have a list of companies that do not support GMO’s. than a list of companies that do not support labeling.

Janice Safe

Wish I could read all the various products these companies represent. It’s too time-consuming to read entire labels while in the grocery store; and many times the label doesn’t tell all we need to know.


Could you please make this easier to read? It’s very small printing.
Thank you,
Carrie White

Joe beazer

What about all the others. Do you have a list?

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