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What's the revolution?

We’ve joined forces with The Non-GMO Project and U.S. family farmers to establish a new future for U.S grown, non-GMO corn. We’re on a mission to prove that health and taste can coexist with a new generation of snacks, validating that healthy snacks don’t have to taste like cardboard. From revolutionizing how we process ingredients for the best taste and nutrition to using only non-GMO farm-harvested corn from 59 dedicated growers in Nebraska, we can trace each crop back to the region from which it came.Join us during Non-GMO Month in October to spread the word and join the revolution to support non-GMO, U.S.-grown corn!

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Meet Jim! A seasoned farmer, Jim McGowen owns and operates the Jim and Nora McGowen Farm with his wife, son and three daughters. With roots in Beaver Crossing, Nebraska, the McGowen family farm has been passed down from generation to generation for nearly 130 years, growing corn, soybeans and wheat. Jim has been cultivating non-GMO corn in his fields - one of which was used to create our crop art - for over a decade! Thanks to farmers like Jim, Our Little Rebellion has a steady and reliable supply of transparently-grown, Non-GMO Project Verified corn to craft our deliciously crunchy popped snacks!

Why Non-GMO?

GMO Corn in the U.S

A GMO, or genetically modified organism, is a plant, animal, microorganism or other organism whose genetic makeup has been modified using recombinant DNA methods (also called gene splicing), gene modification or transgenic technology. This relatively new science creates unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and viral genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods. Most packaged foods contain ingredients derived from corn, soy, canola, and sugar beet — and the vast majority of those crops grown in North America are genetically modified.

GMOs Around the World

Sixty-four countries around the world, including Australia, Japan, and all of the countries in the European Union, require genetically modified foods to be labelled. While a 2015 ABC News survey found that 93% of Americans believe genetically modified foods should be labelled, GMOs are not required to be labelled in countries like Canada, and only recently became mandatory in the US. In the absence of mandatory labeling, The Non-GMO Project was created to give consumers the informed choice they deserve.

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Ready To Join The Non-GMO Revolution? Here Are A Few Helpful Tips To Start:

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6 Ways To Keep The Non-GMO Revolution Alive

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Ready To Join The Non-GMO Revolution? Here Are A Few Helpful Tips To Start:

#1Non-GMO products can be found in almost every aisle of your supermarket, so remember to look for the Non-GMO Project Verified Butterfly on everything from snacks, to cereals, dairy, meat, poultry, and more! Learn more here.

#2Learn how to pack non-GMO snacks, grow your own non-GMO foods at home, and dine out at restaurants that source from local non-GMO producers and farmers here.

#4Learn to choose non-GMO versions of what you already eat and stick to healthy basics. Read on for some more tips here.

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#3GMO produce is not labeled in the United States. When shopping for produce, look for the Non-GMO Project Verified or Certified Organic Label and check out some more tips here.

#5Send your little ones off to school with a non-GMO filled lunchbox and choose whole foods like grapes, carrots, celery sticks and nuts. See the full list of non-GMO Lunchbox Packing Tips here.

To learn more about The Non-GMO Project, facts, additional tips and how you can get involved visit Living Non-GMO

To learn more about Our Little Rebellion and our delicious Non-GMO Project Verified popped snacks, visit OurLittleRebellion.com

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