Non-GMO Project and Non-GMO Shopping Guide offer lists of non-GMO foods on their websites. Non-GMO Project's website makes its list available for browsing by category, brand or name, while Non-GMO Shopping Guide's website offers a downloadable shopping guide with lists of non-GMO foods.Continue Reading
To view non-GMO foods on Non-GMO Project’s website, click on the category of food, such as Dairy, Beverages, or Breads and Baked Goods. Alternatively, browse foods by brand, or search for a specific food by clicking the Search By Name tab on the Verified Products page. The site offers a downloadable non-GMO product code spreadsheet for reference while grocery shopping. Click on Verified Restaurants to find restaurants that serve non-GMO foods, or download the shopping guide app to a smartphone or tablet.
On Non-GMO Shopping Guide’s website, click the Download the Shopping Guide link to download a reusable list of non-GMO foods. Reference different categories in the shopping guide without downloading it by scrolling to the bottom of the site’s home page and clicking on the category desired. Some categories include Cereal and Breakfast Foods, Beverages, Baby Food and Infant Formula, Fruits and Vegetables, and Pasta. In addition to the shopping guide, the site offers information about GMOs and a link to buy a pocket shopping guide.Learn more about Food Facts