Genetically Modified or Non-Genetically Modified

The crops highlighted below are in many commercial pet foods. Even if you don’t see them on the label, GMOs are almost certainly in the meat that’s in most pet foods. That’s because a big percentage of these crops are in animal feeds eaten by cows, pigs, sheep, goats, poultry, rabbits and even fish. So if you’re not buying organic, GMOs are almost certainly not just in your dog’s food but also in your own meat, fish and dairy products.

Even dogs can eat food with certified, organic, non-GMO and sustainably produced ingredients.

Specific to pet food, at least , Packaged Facts data indicate 9% of cat owners and 10% of dog owners in the US have purchased treats labeled non-GMO this year, and 15% of cat owners and 21% of dog owners said they have purchased organic pet treats. (Because products certified as organic cannot include GMOs, this aligns with non-GMO purchasing preferences.)

Pet Products – Non-GMO Shopping Guide

I'd like to start a list of any pet food that claim to have no GMOs, and whether dog or cat food Beyond Simple Origins promises to use high-quality wild-caught or farm-raised animal protein sources that are honestly sourced. Then we took all the extra steps to get Non-GMO Project Verified because we know it’s one thing to say non-GMO dog food and another thing to mean it.

Search Results for “pet food” – The Non-GMO Project

Beyond Simple Origins promises to use high-quality wild-caught or farm-raised animal protein sources that are honestly sourced. Then we took all the extra steps to get Non-GMO Project Verified because we know it’s one thing to say non-GMO dog food and another thing to mean it.

Anyone know what other 5-star foods are non-gmo


Las Vegas, Nev., August 2, 2016 – With the knowledge that consumers are increasingly demanding sustainability, transparency and organic ingredients in their pet food, and scrutinizing more than ever for quality and safety, Petcurean today announced GATHER. GATHER is a new category of pet food crafted from certified, organic, non-GMO and sustainably produced ingredients. The recipes are perfectly blended and balanced to provide dogs and cats with premium quality, natural nutrition and are free from rendered ingredients.Does this mean that all organic dog food brands are GMO- free? Not at all. There are many different ways a food can be labeled as “organic”. Unless 100% of a food’s ingredients are certified organic, the food may not be GMO-free.On the surface, it seemed a simple question. But in order to address it fully required further examination and research. Is there a humanely-raised, non-GMO dry dog food available?Farmina, from Italy, offers a variety of dog and cat food formulas. Both grain-free and ancestral grain formulas are available. Since it is produced in Italy, a non-GMO country, it is GMO-free.