What Are Ingredients Made From?
GMO In These Ingredients A-Z
If a non-organic packaged good has one of these ingredients listed below it could be GMO or genetically engineered.
Always look for Non-GMO Project certified products and ingredients that are listed as 100% organic on labels to avoid all GMOs in your diet.
- Aspartame (Also Called Aminosweet, Nutrasweet, Equal Spoonful, Canderel, Benevia, E951 (U.K. & European Code))
▪ Baking Powder
▪ Canola Oil (Rapeseed Oil)
▪ Caramel Color
▪ Citric Acid
▪ Cobalamin (Vitamin B12)
▪ Condensed Milk
▪ Confectioners Sugar
▪ Corn Flour
▪ Corn Masa
▪ Corn Meal
▪ Corn Oil
▪ Corn Sugar
▪ Corn Syrup
▪ Cottonseed Oil
▪ Food Starch
▪ Fructose (Any Form)
▪ Glutamic Acid
▪ Glycerol Monooleate
▪ High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
▪ Hydrogenated Starch
▪ Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein
▪ Inverse Syrup
▪ Invert Sugar
▪ Lactic Acid
For the rest of the list go to this article
Did you know that food companies can now use a QR code or a 1-800 number on packaging instead of revealing ingredients directly on labels? The law was signed by Obama in 2016. If you see this kind of trickery avoid those products like the plague – someone is trying to hide something. Nice of them to give us that big red flag.
Last but not least – Remember, this is a revolution and we are winning!
If you want to be healthy you’ve got to take control!!! No government agency, big food company, or anyone else is going to do it for you. You can’t trust anyone but yourself.
They may be winning the GMO labeling battle, but WE are winning the war! Just look at what we have accomplished so far:
- Even without labels, over 40% of American consumers are avoiding or reducing GMOs in their diet.
- Sales of Non-GMO verified products grew by over $8 billion in 2014, and keep going up.
- Non-GMO food sales have grown to over $200 billion in the U.S. alone, globally to over $550 billion, and are expected to nearly DOUBLE worldwide by 2019.
- Approximately 2,000 new non-GMO products are launched each year in the U.S., up from a few hundred a decade ago.
- The demand for organic food has increased dramatically as well, with essentially double-digit growth every year! Since 1997, organic food sales have grown from $3.6 billion to $43.3 billion in 2015.
- In 2015, the organic food industry saw its biggest growth yet! Organic sales grew 10.8%, more than any other food sector.
- The number of producers of organic food in the U.S. has grown nearly 300% since 2002, making it one of the fastest growing segments of agriculture.
The big food and chemical companies HATE statistics like these.
They hate this because the writing is on the wall that they will continue to lose sales if they don’t remove GMOs from their products and move towards organic. The tipping point is upon us!
Read more on the GMO revolution here.