‘Non-GMO’ to trump ‘organic’ as new consumer buzz word in 2014

Consumers want ‘Non-GMO’ now, more so even than ‘organic,’ according to a new study published by Progressive Grocer. In their survey, a staggering 80 percent of consumers sought out non-GMO products. The non-GMO issue has emerged as a consumer hot-button according to market research, and this is largely in part due to consumer pressure and activism against Monsanto-like monopolies on seed, and the many organizations throughout the world who have reported on the true damage that GMO does to human and ecosystem health.

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