There has been so much talk lately of the use of or limits of Non-GMO or non-GM (non-genetically modified) ingredients in products used by those of us here, or what customers may perceive as genetically modified or not, that I thought it could be useful to have a centrally located area where sources could be found. As it relates to the U.S., here is an Organic & Non-GMO Report produced by the magazine of the same name: https://non-gmoreport.com/what-is-non-gmo-what-are-genetically-modified-foods/ Here is their list of verified non-GM products (Within that list, one can look at several products under each brand name): https://livingnongmo.org/find/products/ GeneWatch (UK) includes world wide genetically modified crops and animals: http://www.genewatch.org/sub-532326 Genetic Literacy Project keeps track of where GM crops are approved and banned: https://gmo.geneticliteracyproject.org/FAQ/where-are-gmos-grown-and-banned/ Just a few references that I use now and again. I found it interesting that there are many soy beans seeds that are NOT genetically modified. Maybe one day, I'll get to see normal soy beans for sale in the stores again. A question in my mind is this: If a GM crop or product (such as soy beans) is processed to the point that no GM material can be identified in the end product, can it now be correctly be called non-GMO? Legally? Morally? Truthfully? Ethically? Seriously, I wonder about this. Actual regulations or laws are less forthcoming in my searches, although they do exist at least to some degree. But I have not listed any here. (Aside from this.) Perhaps such laws would indicate an answer to my above question (previous paragraph.) I don't know if this belongs in General Chat because of the philosophical impact of GM has on us, or the Legal Aspects of GM, or Shopping Recommendations, or elsewhere. Although I wasn't really intending this to be a about shopping recommendations, it surely might come up. And I don't envision this to be about the pros and cons of GM, although that may come up as well. More I envision this to be a place to include legitimate reference sources (with pertinent links) so we can help each other do our own research as needed, but without having to re-invent the wheel each person at a time for every single incident in which we may need to do a little research.