NSF Consumer Values Verified Newsletter

What Are High-Risk and Low-Risk Ingredients in Non-GMO Project Verification?

The cornerstone of any non-GMO verification process is organizing ingredients into high-, low- and non-risk categories. Find out what this means for your products and ingredients. > Read More

Non-GMO True North Top Five Questions

In September 2015 we launched the NSF Non-GMO True North certification program. We’ve compiled answers to the top five questions we get on this new program for you. > Read More

Update on Vermont GMO Labeling Law

The Vermont Attorney General has authorized the Non-GMO Project and NSF Non-GMO True North to provide verification that a food has not been knowingly produced from or commingled with genetically engineered food. > Read More

Not Just a Trend, Gluten-Free Is Here to Stay

Gluten-free products are no longer relegated to dusty bottom shelves and are predicted earn $15 billion in 2016. With the rise in gluten-free options, simply stating “gluten-free” on a label is no longer enough. Find out how certification verifies label claims and reduces the risk of cross-contamination. > Read More

True Source Honey New Percentage Requirements for 2016-2018

By 2018, 70 percent of any certified packer’s sourcing must come from fully compliant participants. The percentage for 2016 is 50 and for 2017 is 60. > Read More

Industry Notes

We’ve compiled some recent food and labeling industry news and highlights for you. > Read More

In the Spotlight: Get to Know Jessica Green

To help you get to know us better, we feature an NSF team member in each e-newsletter. This issue introduces Jessica Green, Reviewer. > Read More

Featured Training

Non-GMO Project Webinars

Gluten-Free: Not for the Dusty Bottom Shelves Anymore Webinar

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Featured Events

Sustainable Food Summit
San Francisco, CA
January 20-22

Natural Product Expo West
Anaheim, CA
March 9-13

World Halal Summit
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
March 30-April 2

Nominate a Food Safety Leader

Know a someone who demonstrates outstanding achievement in food safety innovation, training and education, or lifetime achievement? Nominate them for an NSF Food Safety Leadership Award.


NSF Acquires DNA Testing Lab AuthenTechnologies®

What to Expect in Non-GMO Project Verification

Gluten-Free Food Labeling

Consumer Perceptions of Gluten

NSF Non-GMO True North Certification Infographic

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