Nov. 6, 2002, CropChoice
News -- This is a press release from the
The second edition of The Non-GMO Sourcebook is bigger
and better with over 140 more listings. Published annually,
The Non-GMO Sourcebook is the essential guide to suppliers
of non-GMO seed, grains, ingredients, and food products.
In addition to more listings, The 2003 Non-GMO Sourcebook
features other improvements:
- Better organization. Companies
are listed according to categories, such as seed suppliers,
grain suppliers, grain processors, ingredient suppliers,
and food manufacturers.
- Quick Reference Guide makes it
easy to locate suppliers of specific non-GMO ingredients.
- 10 tips for sourcing non-GMO ingredients.
The Non-GMO Sourcebook is the first publication to
provide a comprehensive list of suppliers of non-GMO
products, from "seed to shelf." As genetically
modified crops continue to be grown in North America
and other regions, food producers are increasingly
concerned about the availability of non-GMO supplies
to meet consumer demands.
Features many organic suppliers
The Sourcebook enables all segments of the food production
chain, from farmers to retailers, to find non-GMO supplies.
Suppliers listed include seed companies, farmers, grain
suppliers and exporters, processors and millers, ingredient
suppliers, and product manufacturers. The majority of
suppliers listed are based in North America, but a growing
number of international companies are included. Many
suppliers of organic products are included.
In addition, The Non-GMO Sourcebook lists GMO testing
labs and test kit manufacturers, experts in identity
preservation, organic certification, and other consultants.
The Non-GMO Sourcebook is published each year by Writing
Solutions, Inc., which also publishes The Non-GMO Source
Subscribers to The Non-GMO Source newsletter
receive The Non-GMO Sourcebook as a free bonus.
Individuals can order The 2003 Non-GMO Sourcebook
for US $49 by phone: +1.641.472.1491, email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or online at www.non-gmosource.com.