Here at Purium, we take food very seriously. We strive to deliver real food that upholds nature’s purest standards: no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, binders, fillers, hormones, pesticides, irradiated or genetically-modified ingredients.
Our friends at the Non-GMO Project share that same passion. Yet rather than making food, they verify the food. The organization works with over 10,000 retailers in the U.S. and Canada to insure the products are free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Purium is proud to be listed as one of those companies. And if you purchase any of the following products, you’ll notice the little butterfly on our label:
Although these are the only products that currently are wear the official seal of Non-GMO verification, this was only the first batch of products that we submitted. We are committed to our mission and will continue to submit products until every single one can wear that butterfly.
To show our gratitude to the Non-GMO Project for keeping food companies honest and accountable for what they are (or not) putting in their products, we wanted to share the excerpt below from their site.
To learn more, visit nongmoproject.org.
What they Believe…
- Everyone has a right to know what is in their food and deserves access to non-GMO choices.
- By voting with our dollars every time we shop, collectively we have the power to change the way our food is grown and made.
- Preserving and building the non-GMO supply chain is a critical step of transitioning toward a safe, healthy food supply for future generations.
- The integrity of our diverse genetic inheritance is essential to human and environmental health and ecological harmony.
- By encouraging a non-GMO seed supply, we are supporting the restoration of traditional seed breeding and the right of farmers to save and plant their own seeds and grow varieties of their choice.
- A verified non-GMO system supports organic agriculture by reducing contamination pressure and protecting the supply of non-GMO seed.
- Everyone deserves an informed choice about whether or not to consume genetically modified organisms.