Please imagine me using my best Jerry Seinfeld voice when I ask: What is the deal with GMO free food packaging? But really. What is it? Why does it matter?
Just when we thought we could rejoice over major cereal manufacturers’ reformulating big cereal brands without GMOs, a review of ingredients in non-GMO Cheerios and Grape-Nuts reveals that they contain [ … ]
Within the span of three weeks, two of the top-selling conventional cereal brands—Cheerios and Grape-Nuts—made the announcement that effective almost immediately, their flagship cereals are GMO-free.
Cheerios, the most popular cereal in America, is going to become the first major food brand to become GMO free. According to ABC News, General Mills the makers of Cheerios [ … ]
New Zealand winemaker Kim Crawford has joined forces with Populence, an artisanal popcorn maker in New York City, to create a Sauvignon Blanc wine flavored kettle popcorn Wine + Popcorn [ … ]
Shopping at Target just got more interesting. Last week, the major retailer announced a new line of natural and organic food and beverage items, named Simply Balanced.
Last week, Lima, the capitol of Peru, became a GMO-free zone. Several other municipalities in Peru have already declared themselves free of transgenic and genetically-modified organisms.
With the Super Bowl coming up, I’ve been looking for something different to serve. When I received an offer of free Veggie Patch Meatless Buffalo Wings and Veggie Patch Meatless Corn Dogs, I couldn’t pass it up. Both products are vegetarian, trans fat free, and use non-GMO soybeans.
Truwhip is a delicious, creamy whipped topping with ingredients that are 100% natural and 70% organic.