Re: GMOs: On putting my mouth where my mind is

Last night, as I sat here at this computer, thinking about Monsanto and GMOs while smugly dipping rice chips into Sabra hummus, I happened across this graphic. Yeek!

Slide1Immediately, I fired off a fb comment to my daughter-in-law Sue, who designs apps, to ask if there’s an app for the iphone that identifies products with GMOs in them. Right away, one of Sue’s friends fired back this info. Thanks, Mary!

No Excuses! 4 Mobile Phone Apps to Keep You GMO-Free for Non-GMO Month

by Jill Ettinger


Check out these mobile phone apps that can steer you clear of GMOs.

The True Food Shoppers’ Guide to Avoiding GMOs: This free mobile app was created to help consumers identify genetically modified ingredients. The guide provides valuable information on common GMO ingredients, brands and common sense tips.

Don’t Eat That: This app costs $1.99 and gives users personalized food safety. Because today’s food labels are confusing, Don’t Eat That provides useful information on over 1,900 food additives and ingredients.

ShopNoGMO: This free mobile app lists hundreds of products in 27 different food categories and can help users create custom GMO-free shopping lists. There’s also information on the science behind biotechnology and the health risks associated with GMOs.

Non GMO Project Shopping Guide: This free mobile app is designed to support consumers who want to know what’s in their food and how to avoid GMOs. With this app, users will find featured brands and products that are enrolled in the Non-GMO Project’s Product Verification Program—the only third party non-GMO certifying program in the U.S.

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