Ancient Harvest: “Please note that all of our products are NON-GMO, we used to state this on our boxes, and when we went organic we took the statement off our boxes, but next year we will be re-instating it just so there is no confusion to this fact” (webpage: 25 October 2012).
Authentic Foods: “Yes” (all ingredients are GMO free): (email: 24 October 2012).
Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods: “No. All of our products originate from identity-preserved, non-GMO seeds. This means that the seed planted in the ground is non-GMO. We do not guarantee the complete absence of GMO materials in our products because of wind drift, pollinators and our lack of testing equipment” (Website: 19 October 2012).
Chebe: “Yes!” (Website: 19 October 2012).
GF Harvest: “No GMO seed stock used” (Website: 19 October 2012). They are organic too!
Mrs. Glee’s Gluten Free Foods: “All Mrs. Glee’s products are non-GMO. We use the Michigan navy bean as a base for all our products. We use beans for a superior nutritional/fiber profile and have created a proprietary process to eliminate the bean flavor. All our products are made in a dedicated GFCO certified gluten-free facility. We have two flours, a one-for-one substitute called Performance Blend and we also sell the Navy Bean Flour that you can use to custom blend your own flour mixes and pastas” (Reply from company: 19 October 2012).
Namaste Foods: “All Namaste Foods LLC products and ingredients are, to the best our knowledge, considered to be non-GMO in that they are produced with the addition of no genetically modified organisms” (Website: 19 October 2012).
Nutiva: “None of our products have GMO ingredients in them. Our entire product line is 100% third party certified USDA Organic” (Email: 19 October 2012).
XO Baking Company: “Never. We only use unmodified ingredients” (Website: 19 October 2012).
Are They Really Non-GMO at This Very Moment:
King Arthur: “While we strive to offer non-GMO ingredients across the board, some of our suppliers are unable to verify that their products are 100% non-GMO, due to the complexity of sourcing some of their components. Thankfully, there’s no GMO wheat grown for commercial sale in the U.S.; so all of our wheat-based flours are non-GMO” (Website: 19 October 2012).
Pamela’s Products: “We are currently preparing to join the non-GMO Project, and are working with all of our vendors to assure the quality and source of ingredients” (Website: 19 October 2012).
Jules’ Gluten Free: “No, Jules’ products are not organic or GMO free – sorry” (Reply from company: 19 October 2012).
Tom Sawyer (email sent 10/19/12)
Cup 4 Cup (email sent 10/24/12)