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Baked Goods & Baking Supplies

Center for Food Safety

Pressure from farmers and consumers has forced Monsanto to shelve its plans to introduce genetically engineered wheat into the market. Because wheat is a major ingredient in most baked goods, Non-GMO bakery products are easier to find than some other foods. Nevertheless, many packaged breads and bakery items contain other GE ingredients like soy or corn syrup, so the best way to avoid genetically engineered baked goods is—you guessed it—to buy organic.

Non-GMO May Contain GMOs

Alvarado Street Bakery
Arrowhead Mills (organic line)
Bakery on Main
Bob’s Red Mill
Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods
Dr. Oetker Organics
Eden Organics
French Meadow
Natural Ovens Bakery (organic)
Nature’s Path
Rapunzel organic corn starch
Rudi’s Organic Bakery
Rumford Baking Powder

Aunt Jemima
Betty Crocker
Bisquick (General Mills)
Calumet Baking Powder
Duncan Hines
Hungry Jack

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