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Updated: 2020/03/31 Views: 79

Naturepedic has joined more than 600 companies and organizations in becoming a partner with Just Label It, promoting the right to know when there are Genetically Engineered (GE) ingredients in your food.

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More than two-thirds of processed foods in the U.S. contain GE ingredients. GE ingredients come from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), plants or animals that contain artificially inserted genetic material from other species that simply couldn’;t happen in nature or through traditional breeding methods. Currentlycustom gifts for dad, there are no laws requiring labeling or disclosure of GE ingredients.

Just Label It?advocates the labeling of GMOs and so do many, many others. GMO labeling has garnered support that is independent of political affiliation or gender, and more than 750,000 people have contacted the FDA on this issue.

Ready to take action? Sign an online petition asking the FDA to guarantee that GMOs are labeled. Visit? add your voice in asking the FDA to protect your right to know.

The nine most common GMO crops are:1. Corn2. Soybeans3. Canola4. Cotton*5. Sugar Beets6. Alfalfa7. Hawaiian Papaya8. Zucchini9. Yellow Crookneck Squash

Look for the GOTS logo for organic authenticity

*While cotton is one of the top three crops using GMOs, Naturepedic mattresses and accessories do not use GMO cotton. All Naturepedic mattresses are independently certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) which expressly forbids the use of GMO cotton. If you would like to purchase clothing, textiles or mattresses made WITHOUT GMO cotton, look for the GOTS logo.

Layering is key to creating a comfy bed that spans the seasons. We create beautiful, versatile bedding designed to mix, match, and customize your warmth. To show you how to layer your bed in three easy steps, we used our popular all-cotton Dream Quilt mixed with Supima? cotton sheets.

We spend a lot of time in the bedroom, but it’s often one of the last rooms we decorate. Whether it’s trying to find the right rug or deciding what to put on the wall or the great debate of fan vs. chandelier, decorating your bedroom can be a big task. So we invited HGTV Design Star Runner Up and “Fan Favorite,” Britany Simon, into our studio to help us pull together all the elements that make a bedroom beautiful, from floor to ceiling.

Your pooch will be up for any occasion when the fancy strikes. This stylish cape fits dogs of medium size, but is big on style. Think Halloween, holidays, etc. Fun-to-make and fab to wear! Have twice the fun and match your little friend’s outfit to yours – strut your stuff together!