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NON-GMO PROJECT

The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit, multi-stakeholder collaboration committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices.

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MOMS ACROSS AMERICA

Moms Across America is a national coalition of “unstoppable moms.” Their mission is to raise awareness about GMOs and toxic exposure, empower leadership, and create healthy communities. Best known for their 4th of July parades, Moms Across America works tirelessly to educate their communities on the issues surrounding GMOs.

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LABEL GMOS

The Committee for the Right to Know is a grassroots coalition of consumer, public health, environmental organizations, and food companies in California that works for the labeling of genetically engineered foods (GMOs).

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JUST LABEL IT

Just Label It is a national campaign consisting of more than 550 partner organizations that support a petition for the FDA to require all GE foods to be labeled as such.

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AMALGAMATED BANK ( NEW RESOURCE BANK)

In 2018, New Resource Bank merged with Amalgamated Bank. For nearly a century, Amalgamated has served as America’s socially responsible bank, supporting forward-thinking organizations, companies, and individuals across the country. They are an advocate for those working to make the world more just, compassionate and sustainable.

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CLIMATE COLLABORATIVE

Climate Collaborative is a group of concerned businesses from the natural products industry working collaboratively to catalyze bold action, amplify the voice of business, and promote sound policy to reverse climate change.

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MARIN AGRICULTURAL LAND TRUST (MALT)

In the early 1970s, development plans for the Tomales Bay region posed a threat to the long tradition of family farming. Two early environmentalists, Phyllis Faber and Albert Straus’ mother, Ellen Straus, decided to fight, so they co-founded the Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT), a private, member-supported non-profit organization dedicated to permanently preserving Marin County farmland for agricultural use.

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THE NATIONAL ORGANIC COALITION (NOC)

NOC is a national alliance of organizations working to provide a “Washington voice” for farmers, ranchers, environmentalists, consumers and industry members involved in organic agriculture. NOC provides a united voice for organic integrity, leading to strong, enforceable, and continuously improving standards to maximize the health, environmental, and economic benefits that only organic agriculture affords. The coalition works to assure that policies are fair, equitable, and encourage diversity of participation and access.

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ORGANIC SEED ALLIANCE (OSA)

OSA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that advances ethical seed solutions to meet food and farming needs in a changing world. Each year OSA educates thousands of farmers and other agricultural community members, conducts professional organic plant breeding and seed production research, and advocates for national policies to strengthen organic seed systems.

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NATIONAL ORGANIC PROGRAM (NOP)

NOP is a regulatory program housed within the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service and is responsible for developing national standards for organically-produced agricultural products.

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MARIN ORGANIC CERTIFIED AGRICULTURE (MOCA)

MOCA is the organic certification agency within Marin County’s Agricultural Commissioner’s office. MOCA was created and inspired by the community it serves: local growers, livestock producers, handlers, and consumers.

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CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY (CFS)

For more than twenty years, CFS has been at the forefront of organizing a powerful food movement that fights the industrial model while promoting organic, ecological, and sustainable alternatives.

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CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE (CDFA)

CDFA protects and promotes California’s $47 billion agricultural industry. California’s farmers and ranchers produce a safe, secure supply of food, fiber and shelter; marketed fairly for all Californians; and produced with responsible environmental stewardship.

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