01 September 2011

Rumiano Verified as First Non-GMO Cheese

Posted in Non-GMO, Sustainability, Our Cheese

Rumiano Cheese Joins the Non-GMO Project

Rumiano Verified as First Non-GMO Cheese

We are proud to announce that our entire organic cheese line, organic butter, and organic WPC-80% are the first in the world to achieve Non-GMO Project Verification. Our family-owned business has been producing all natural, grass–fed, rBST-free, kosher, real California cheese for over 90 years and is California’s oldest family-owned cheese company.

The Non-GMO Project, a non-profit organization created by U.S and Canadian natural and organic products companies, offers consumers a non-GMO choice for organic and natural products that are produced without genetic engineering or recombinant DNA technologies. The Non-GMO Project verifies all types of products. More information is available at nongmoproject.org.

“As a company that has built its reputation and success on making the highest quality and purest cheese products, being the first Non-GMO Project Verified organic cheese company is a real feather in our cap,” says Joby Rumiano, fourth-generation owner of Rumiano Cheese. “We are committed to providing our customers with not only the best tasting cheese, but also products that are produced in the most sustainable, humane and environmentally conscious manner.”

Comments (6)

  • workout


    31 December 2011 at 12:39 |
    Glad to read this blog! Keep it going!


  • deedwan


    15 January 2014 at 00:49 |
    And it's GOOD too. I feel very blessed to be able to get this at my health food store (Natural Grocer's). They don't carry your butter as far as I know, but the cheese is very good. Made some delicious cheese bread with it and will again :)


    • deedwan


      16 January 2015 at 05:36 |
      Congratulations on getting into Costco! I was happily surprised to see your cheese in Costco!


  • christine


    15 December 2014 at 21:40 |
    i'm thankful first for companies that compassionate about the farm animals and being animal humane (no farm animal should suffer)and natural grocer's.the cheese is good. thanks
    ushould care christine


  • kami


    19 January 2015 at 14:30 |
    I'm looking for whole sales price list, do you have one? Thank you


  • Paula Crowe

    Paula Crowe

    09 September 2015 at 03:43 |
    love your cheese, I buy it when the grocery outlet has it, I'm on fixed income, so when they have it I buy it, it's so creamy and good, wonderful with cut up apples or grapes......


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