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Viewpoint: Don’t overpay for greens labeled ‘non-GMO’—because there’s no genetically modified lettuce

Have you ever eaten genetically modified arugula? We’re positive you haven’t — because it doesn’t exist! But that hasn’t stopped ...
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Viewpoint: Genetically modified oats don’t exist—so why does Bob’s Red Mill sell ‘non-GMO sourced’ oats?

Quick oats, old-fashioned oats, steel cut oats, rolled oats. The oats market is booming. But you know what isn’t? Genetically ...
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Dannon Yogurt accused of misleading consumers about its sustainability commitment with ‘non-GMO’ claim

Dannon announced with great fanfare last year a “sweeping commitment for sustainable agriculture, more natural ingredients, and greater transparency,” with ...
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Celestial Seasonings accused of misleading consumers with non-GMO label

Anything calling itself “sleepy time” should be calm and relaxing, right? But there’s not much comfort to be found in ...
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