Get the Non-GMO Project Standard
Today’s consumers care about what’s in their food. As a leading technical administrator for the Non-GMO Project’s verification program, NSF works with you to earn the most-recognized, independently verified non-GMO label for your products, and expertly assist your brand's entry into this quickly growing market.
We also offer other food safety certifications and services to save you both time and expense, and to minimize any disruptions in your operations. We have a thorough understanding of complicated GMO issues and provide a team of experienced account managers who care about your business and work together to deliver seamless service you can trust.
Since 2008, the Non-GMO Project has verified more than 50,000 products from over 3,000 brands as non-GMO. These include food, beverages, baby food and infant formula, body care products, pet products, vitamins and supplements, wholesale ingredients, animal feed and planting seed.
Products that have passed the Non-GMO Project’s independent verification process are issued the “butterfly” seal of approval. The seal assures consumers that these products have been produced according to consensus-based best practices for GMO (genetically modified organism) avoidance.
The Non-GMO Project Verified mark is recognized by more than half of North American consumers according to a recent survey commissioned by the Non-GMO Project with Linkage Research & Consulting. The survey also found that some consumers are willing to pay a premium for Non-GMO Project verified products. Verification also provides:
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OEHHA Issues Proposed NSRLs for Three Disinfection By-Products
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Clean Water Crusader Joseph Cotruvo Earns 2020 Environmental Health Award From NSF International and NEHA
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