Non-GMO Tip 4: Additional Tips

May 13, 2015

Companies must have a realistic understanding of the timeframes and effort involved.

For food and supplement manufacturers who are serious about pursuing and maintaining non-GMO verification, understanding the growth and trends of non-GMO production is important, as is continually tracking where and how GM production is occurring. Contamination is a legitimate threat, Heroux warns. “Choosing suppliers who grow non-GMO foods that are not in close proximity to GM crops, or who otherwise have strong traceability and segregation practices in place,” is a high priority, she says.

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