The reason I was not giving as much “coverage” to Trader Joe’s is probably best described in a blog post I wrote not too long ago, which you can read here. It's not easy, but it's absolutely worth it. I look forward to seeing what you find out. . This brand is Whole Foods 365 line of products that are known for being affordable and high-quality. If things don’t say GMO-free or Organic, I really shouldn’t buy it? How much longer is it going to be in these “Good” products? Through collective action and political will we can actually do this pretty rapidly.”. Despite a relatively clean records, there are many who choose not to purchase organic brands owned by Hain Celestial, simply on the basis of their distrust over large food corporations. We’re one of our new benevolent enterprise models that believe building sustainable and thriving communities begin when Leaders and Manufacturers put the highest good of the People, our humanity, before profits. Six of their offerings, including the Original Thin Rye Crispbread and Garlic and Herbs Rye Snacks, are certified GMO-free. Barbara’s also will not say they are Gmo free. I’ll be on the lookout for USDA Organic cream-style corn now! Tip #3: Avoid At-Risk Ingredients If it’s not labeled organic or verified non-GMO, avoid products made (Maranatha makes no mention of any stance about GMOs on their website, and they are owned by Hain Celestial—a corporation that is a member of the Grocery Manufacturers Association which strongly opposes GMO labeling, and has never “put their money where their mouth is” when it comes to supporting GMO labeling.). Please red the text so others do not support Silk as they are the major alternative milk brand and use shady practices. I emailed Maranatha last night (their very popular for their peanut butter) to ask if they used GMO anything in their peanut butter, they replied today saying they do not use anything GMO and are pro GMO labeling. The food your family eats connects you to the people and the land that produces that food, impacting the health of our planet and all the creatures that inhabit it. The only question might be their “Energy” drink, which includes “natural caffeine” (with no further explanation of its source). I have read many articles on canola oil being made from genetically modified rape seed. Thanks for the tip, we’ve added them! Well Megan, at the moment there is no GMO rice in the stores that I know of, but there are all sorts of genetically modified rice strains being grown (out in the open no less); take a look at the link to a database that lets you look up what GMO crops are being tested on a state by state basis (as posted on my Facebook last year): https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=387582661330570&set=pb.116246468464192.-2207520000.1362123258&type=3&theater Remember too, organic products are grown with far less pesticides (and a whole bunch of other ecologically worthy methods). You’ve been added, thanks for your patience! Just trying to be honest:-) I am a little confused and I’m sorry if I’m asking something that you already talked about. I do not believe they are committed to food safety for their consumers. The company offers three varieties of beers, including a Hefe-weizen, a Munster variety, and Pilsner blend. Any insight on the Wellesley farms canola oil sold at wholesale stores like BJs, Sams club or Costco? Note: Due to production schedules and inventory back stock, there may be a product in circulation that has been produced prior to a product achieving Verification. Novy Ranches are at the foot of Mt.