Non-GMO Project

Rise Bar has enrolled in the non-GMO project.

Everyone Deserves an Informed Choice

Here at Rise Bar, we hold our bars to the highest standards of quality and nutrition down to every single ingredient. We are proud to announce our work with the Non- GMO Project, a leading North American independent Non-GMO verification program. Follow our journey as your favorite bars and flavors become Non-GMO verified. Check out our products page for updates as we make progress with the Non-GMO Project!




What are GMOs?

A genetically modified organism (GMO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. These genetic engineering techniques involve modifying organisms by inserting genes usually from a different species.

Are GMOs harmful to my health?

GMOs come with inherent risks including but not limited to: introducing allergens and toxins to food; accidental contamination between genetically modified and non-genetically modified foods; adversely changing the nutrient content of an ingredient. There has not been a scientific link between GMOs and a harmful impact on human health.

What is the different between USDA Certified Organic and the Non-GMO Project?

The difference between being USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified is that the Non-GMO Project requires mandatory testing for GMOs at all levels of production. Also, the Non-GMO Project is a 3rd party non-profit organization, while the USDA Certified Organic label is regulated by the government.

What is the Non-GMO Project?

The Non-GMO Project is an independent, non-profit, 3rd party verifier of non-GMO foods. Their mission is to provide consumers a verified list of products that do not contain GMOs and to educate them of non-GMO choices.

How do your products become verified?

Becoming verified by the Non-GMO Project requires us to be in compliance with every Non-GMO Project standard. This includes on-going testing of ingredients at every stage of production, not just our finished products. For more information about the Non-GMO Project’s standards please visit

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