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Bioplastics OTA’s Organic Week is an opportunity to engage in the critical work of sharing our messages of rural livelihoods, business growth and consumer choice with government leaders. There is much work to be done together.
Kleinschmit Consulting LLC To receive the label, a product has to be certified as containing ingredients with less than 1 percent genetic modification. Westgate says that's a realistic standard, while totally GMO-free is not. She says natural foods stores began the process of defining a standard, involving other interested players along the way, including consumers. Now, General Mills is just one of the big food companies selling non-GMO products.