The Non-GMO Project has been known to put its labels on products that are either well known to have no genetically modified variant available, such as tomatoes, oranges, blueberries, and coffee, or on foods where genetic modification isn't even relevant, such as water, and may be using a business model that is based on fear and lack of information. Companies such as Cargill have admitted that they have only paid to have this logo on their products for marketing reasons even if it was misleading and confused customers, and further acknowledged that it is putting science aside while doing so.
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Submit documentation for your product(s) enabling SCS to determine the scope of the evaluation and whether an on-site inspection will be required. 15 Rhymes: -ænɪk 2016 Supporting Organizations CANADA