We've talked a lot over the past few days about GMOs in breakfast cereal, and judging by your comments, you're not too pleased with the discovery that Kashi has been found to use them in some of their products. But now that Kashi's off the list for a lot of people—at least until the end of 2014—what can you reach for in the morning? Click through to find five breakfasts that are certified GMO-free by the folks at the Non-GMO Project.
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Eden Organic Oat Flakes
Even if Oat Flakes aren't your thing, Eden Organic has a range of GMO-free breakfast cereals, including Rye Flakes, Brown Rice Flakes, Kamut Flakes, and Spelt Flakes.
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Kind Healthy Grains
We sure like the sound of dark chocolate and cranberry in the morning. But if you want something a little less dessert-y, check out their Cinnamon Oat Clusters With Flax Seeds, Maple Walnut Clusters With Chia & Quinoa, Oats & Honey Clusters With Toasted Coconut, or Vanilla Blueberry Clusters With Flax Seeds.
Cascadian Farms Organic
They're not certified by the Non-GMO Project, but we'll let the Cascadian Farms blog speak for itself:
One question we hear fairly often from you is "Do your products use GMOs?" The short answer is: No. You can know when you see the "certified organic" USDA seal on the front of our package that GMO crops have not been used. The USDA organic standards board does not allow for any GMO crops to be used in organic agriculture. A farmer using GMO seeds would not be able to use the USDA certified organic seal.