Non-GMO Action Guide

Non-GMO-Guide-225px-2012 As a company, we take pride in the fact that our organic cheese line, organic butter, and organic WPC-80% (Whey Protein Concentrate) are the first in the world to achieve Non-GMO Project Verification. But our involvement in the Non-GMO movement doesn't stop there. We are constantly keeping an eye on the ever changing industry and it's affects on the entire food system we are a part of. We have put together this Action Guide as a reference for you to also get involved.




Learn the Facts About Non-GMO's

GMOs are "genetically modified organisms". Organisms that have been genetically altered through gene splicing. More and more evidence is leading to the conclusion that GMO's are creating health problems in humans and livestock while contributing to environmental damage. We have put together a list of several organizations working in the field of Non-GMO's for your reference. There you will find lots of information so that you can stay informed about the Non-GMO movement.

Visit our Non-GMO Resource Page


Watch The Future of Food

One of the best ways to learn about GMO's is by watching documentary films about the industry. One that we highly recommend is The Future of Food. The film was originally released in 2004 and it still shown around the world. It has been instrumental in the Non-GMO movement. In addition to The Future of Food, we encourage you to check out the list we have created on our Resource Page and share them with your friends and family.

View our list of Documentary Films



Read Seeds of Deception

This book is written by internationally recognized best selling author Jeffrey Smith who has also become the spokesperson for the Non-GMO movement. In his first book, Seeds of Deception, Smith discusses the role politics has played in the GMO movement as well as the health implications on society. He has written additional books on this topic which you can find listed on our Resource Page along with other authors on the topic.

View our list of Books about GMO's



Look for the Non-GMO Project Verified Seal

Rumiano Cheese Company is proud that our entire organic cheese line, organic butter, and organic WPC-80% (Whey Protein Concentrate) are the first in the world to achieve Non-GMO Project Verification.  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. Every day companies just like Rumiano are also receiving the Non-GMO Project Verification. We encourage you to keep an eye out for the Non-GMO Project Verified seal when shopping.                                    

Find Non-GMO Project Verified Products



Shop at Stores That Sell Non-GMO Products

There is a growing movement amongst retail outlets to carry more and more Non-GMO verified products. As a consumer, you can feel better knowing they have done the legwork for you in choosing products that are safe for you and your family. The Non-GMO Project website had a continuous list of participating retailers. Many of them also participate in Non-GMO Month each October with in-store deals and tastings.

Search for Participating Stores Near You



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Encourage Your Local Store to Carry Non-GMO Verified Products

Can't find Non-GMO Verified products in your local store? Let them know that you would buy them if they carried them. The Non-GMO Project was started in Berkeley, CA in 2003 at a natural food store who responded to letters from customers who were concerned about a GM soy lecithin that the store was carrying. Since then, the movement has grown immensely and will continue to grow with the support of customers like you!

Request Non-GMO Products at Your Local Store



Get the Non-GMO Shopping Guide

The list of Non-GMO Project brands and products in this guide is searchable by product type, brand name, product name, and keyword. In addition, you can use it to find supporting retailers in your area who can help you with your Non-GMO shopping. The guide also includes tips for avoiding GMOs, including a list of GMO crops and common ingredients at risk for GMO contamination.

Download the Non-GMO Shopping Guide


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Just Label It!

Over one million people have contacted the FDA and told them we have a right to know what's in our food. Become part of this growing movement and join them today. Sign the petition to the FDA and make sure your voice is heard!

Sign the Petition



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 The Dark Act

In 2014, Vermont became the first state to require mandatory GMO labeling. Connecticut and Maine have also passed GMO labeling laws that will go into effect once neighboring states pass similar laws and other states are currently looking to pass GMO labeling legislation.  In response to these state efforts, federal legislation developed by food companies has been introduced that the consumer rights community have dubbed the “Deny Americans the Right-to-Know” Act (DARK Act). This anti-GMO labeling bill has just passed the House of Representatives and will be introduced in the Senate soon.

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Get Social


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Share on our Facebook page about why Non-GMO's Are Important to You

The Rumiano Cheese Company community is growing! Our official Facebook page is live and we want to hear from you. Tell us your thoughts on why Non-GMO's are important to you. While there check out other people's comments and share them with your friends. It is through these social channels that we will help spread the word about the importance of Non-GMO's.

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Contact Your Elected Officials

Tell them how you feel. Our elected officials are waiting to hear from you. If we let them know that Non-GMO food safety is an important issue, we can start to make change on an even broader level.

Find Your Representative



Share this Guide

We encourage you to tell your friends and family about the importance of Non-GMO's. The more people who know, the faster we will help grow the movement and build a more sustainable, healthy food system.

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