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Ingredion Receives Non-GMO Verifications

A number of texturizer and nutrition solutions by Ingredion achieved Non-GMO Project verifications, illustrating the products meet standards for GMO (genetically modified organisms) avoidance.

November 13, 2014

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Ingredion Receives Non-GMO Verifications

WESTCHESTER, Ill.—A number of texturizer and nutrition solutions by Ingredion achieved Non-GMO Project verifications, illustrating the products meet standards for GMO (genetically modified organisms) avoidance.

Standards met by Ingredion’s verified products include: ongoing testing of all GMO risk ingredients, facility inspections, and an annual audit to ensure the company meets the highest standards currently available for GMO avoidance.

Non-GMO Project verification underscores Ingredion’s TRUETRACE traceability program, which protects the purity of the company’s non-GMO offerings via third-party-audited best practices for segregation and documentation of non-GMO corn.

“We are pleased to receive Non-GMO Project (NGP) verification, which adds another layer of credibility to our decade’s long experience meeting and exceeding non-GMO standards for ingredients," said Nate Yates, business director ENLITEN® and North America sweetness innovation, leading non-GMO, with Ingredion. “Our NGP-verified ingredient solutions meet consumer demand for clean label, provide process tolerance and stability advantages and deliver the taste, texture and appearance consumers expect from their products, and, when coupled with our formulations, sensory and CULINOLOGY® expertise, help expedite speed to market and likelihood of success."

In September, Ingredion announced plans to expand its manufacturing capacity for specialty ingredients.

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