Genetically modified organisms do not exist without scientific intervention. Learn more NOW The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit third party organization designed to build and protect one of the fastest growing labels in retail: The NON-GMO stamp. This site provides facts on the science of GMOs, retailers who support the project, along with supplemental useful information on why you should go Non-GMO. Check out this site if you’re interested in why everyone deserves an informed choice on what they are consuming. Read More... One of the most popular fast food chains in the United States has decided to go 100% Non-GMO. We’ll give you a hint: Guac is extra! Click the link to find out why Chipotle is so G-M-Over it. Looking to get your product verified with the Non-GMO stamp? The Non-GMO Project gives your product the opportunity to be evaluated by North America’s only third party verification system.Click here to access the form or a phone consultation. If you aren’t eating GMO- treated food, why should your pet be? Stores are flooded with Non-GMO Project Verified pet products that will make both you and your animals feel refreshed and satisfied. Just look for the orange butterfly or click the link here. “My friend Gisele [Bundchen] and I are fed up with being kept in the dark about GMO and non-GMO labeling, I got involved because she said, ‘Do you know what’s happening’... ‘You have to educate yourself.’ ”- Jennifer Garner Celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Neil Young, and Bill Maher have all joined the fight against GMOs and misleading food labels. Click here to find out why this cause is on countless celebrity radars. One of the most popular diets of 2018 was the Ketogenic diet, involving high-fat and low carb restrictions. Just because you go “keto” does not mean you have to forget about going Non- GMO. “Milkandeggs” provides Non-GMO Project verified foods such as steak, chicken, cheese, butter, and many more that all stay under the Keto Diet guidelines. Explore the conversation of whether or not GMOs are good for humans, or just good for the economy. This argument has been persisting since the inception of the genetically modified organism, with scientists concluding GMOs cause no harm short term, but long term uncertainty. This article dives into the problematic back and forth argument,  howing both sides of the never-ending debate on what consumers should be eating.