Our policy is to use NON-GMO ingredients whenever possible. Not all crops have a GMO version…wheat for example. The crops that we use that have GMO versions…soybeans, corn, canola oil, sugar cane (molasses) and alfalfa (cattle feed)…have been around long enough to have spread (through cross pollination) their GMO genetic material to all varieties (except alfalfa)…GMO and NON-GMO alike. It is now impossible to find 100% NON-GMO varieties of these items grown in the USA and many countries abroad. All other crops have no GMO versions so contain no GMOs.
Also, whereas there are tests that will show the GMO content of crops, there are no such tests that work on animal products. The National Organic Standards include a NON-GMO requirement for food and feed crops labeled organic.
Due to the lack of leadership from the governmental regulatory bodies, several independent organizations have set up their own NON-GMO standards (% threshold of GMOs to be considered NON-GMO) in order to educate the public and provide some standards by which food products can be graded for those wishing to avoid GMOs as much as possible.
We have enrolled our products in the NON-GMO Project and are working towards NON-GMO certification. Their seal of approval will appear on our products as they are approved.