GMO Information

This page features educational videos from various sources/ organizations regarding vegetarian issues. We provide these links as a service the community, and although we review each site before adding it to this page, we take no responsibility for the content. 


  • Friends of the Earth:  Friends of the Earth is the U.S. voice of an influential, international network of grassroots groups in 70 countries. Friends of the Earth has for decades been at the forefront of high-profile efforts to create a healthier, just world. (search on genetic engineering)
  • GE Food Alert: A coalition of seven organizations united in their commitment to testing and labeling genetically engineered food.
  • Genetic Engineering Action Network: A diverse network of grassroots activists, national and community non-governmental organizations (NGOs), farmer and farm advocacy groups, academics and scientists who have come together to work on the myriad of issues surrounding biotechnology.
  • Natural Grocers: GMO Labeling: GMO transparency refers to accurately identifying in a finished product each ingredient that is derived from genetically engineered plants, and labeling the product with this information so the consumer can make an informed buying decision. This link takes you to a page where you can Learn about Natural Grocers' current thinking on "Transparency in GMO labeling: Issues and Opportunities."
  • Non-GMO Project: The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit collaboration of manufacturers, retailers, processors, distributors, farmers, seed companies and consumers. Members are committed to practical solutions and offer North America’s first consensus-based Standard, third-party Product Verification Program, and uniform Seal for products made following best practices of GMO avoidance.
  • Organic Consumers Association: A grassroots non-profit public interest organization, which deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, corporate accountability, and environmental sustainability.
  • Organic Trade Association: This is the membership-based business association for the organic industry in North America. OTA's mission is to encourage global sustainability through promoting and protecting the growth of diverse organic trade.
  • Say No to GMOs!: This site offers extensive information on the complex and controversial issue of genetic engineering.
  • The Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT): The Institute for Responsible Technology is a world leader in educating policy makers and the public about genetically modified (GM) foods and crops. Researchers investigate and report the risk of GM foods and impact on health, environment, the economy, and agriculture, as well as the problems associated with current research, regulation, corporate practices, and reporting.
  • True Food Network: A resource that you can come to for information and, most importantly, a place you can come to take action regarding GE foods.
  • World Rainforest Movement: For information about GM trees.