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Glyphosate Free Shopping

It used to be enough to just be concerned about glyphosate and GMOs in our food. But the fact is today there are hundreds of other unhealthful pesticides that the chemical companies have developed and are being used on our food. At Moms Across America, we have always insisted on total transparency and have been a pioneer in eliminating toxins from the food supply, initiating the very first glyphosate testing project in America in 2013. One of our major goals is to have more glyphosate-free products that you can trust.

We support certifications such as Glyphosate Residue-Free Certified, USDA Organic, and the others listed below as tools that help people to avoid glyphosate - but we think you deserve more. You want to buy the most healthy food available for your family. We know that you want to take a stand with your purchasing dollars by only purchasing foods that are healthy for people, the planet, and represent ethical business practices.

So when you shop look for the certifications below, read the labels, but keep your eyes open for the Gold. Tell your favorite brands you insist on the MAA Gold Standard. Ask them to take our survey to see if they qualify. Together we can shift the marketplace for a healthier future for us all.


HEALTHY TRADITIONS organic foods are batch-tested for glyphosate. Can be bought online. Worth every penny. This is the gold standard seal. (BEST)


CCOF (Calif Certified Organic Farmers)


OREGON TILTH foods are 5% pesticide-tested- but only rarely is the more expensive single glyphosate test used.  (BETTER)


GLYPHOSATE-FREE CERTIFIED -This new certification is barely on the market,. http://biochecked.com/tag/glyphosate-free-certified -will retest foods annually.

GLYPHOSATE RESIDUE FREE - the Detox Project.  Glyphosate Residue Free certification verifies that food and supplement products do not contain the World’s most used herbicide. Glyphosate is a “probable human carcinogen” according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer.


BIODYNAMIC/DEMETER  bee-friendly (uses no pesticides) emphasizing gentle, natural soil regeneration and seed development, with minimal outside additives, and restoration of natural systems and life of the soil. 
www.demeter-usa.org/downloads/Demeter-At-A-Glance.pdf Not glyphosate tested,  (BEST)


CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROWN SEAL bee-friendly; simple for farmers to transition to, and manure used may not be from animals fed GE feed.
www.cngfarming.org/alprosubstances  Not glyphosate tested, (BETTER)


USDA ORGANIC  guidelines for fertilizer sources are unclear, so fertilizers from animals may contain pesticides - ‘Natural’ pesticides are allowed. Manures from conventional systems are allowed in organic production, including manure from livestock grown in confinement and from those that have been fed GE feeds.” https://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/summaries/summary.php?pub=67  

There are organic growers with integrityso know your grower, buy local.
Not glyphosate- tested, (CAN BE GOOD)


GROWING YOUR OWN - assures that you know what is in your food. 
(As GOOD as it GETS!) Save your own seeds or buy biodynamic or organic. The Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company has the largest free seed catalog in the world. They support Moms Across America and are wonderful people!


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  • Alexistori Gonzalez
    commented 2020-04-21 15:21:11 -0400
    Stop selling round to make people get sick please. Shut the round up down
  • Donald Campbell
    commented 2019-10-31 15:51:45 -0400
    what info available on Pure farmland soy products. are they NGMO ?
  • Sveta Burak
    commented 2019-10-23 23:40:07 -0400
    I just discovered our rental management company sprays RoundUp right next to our doorsteps (to kill weeds), and right where my kids play outside in the dirt. I’m very concerned. I want to write to the management company asking them to stop spraying – what information/links can I include to make it a powerful letter? Also, where can I get more info about how long RoundUp stays in the soil and how far does it spread from where it was sprayed? I’m now concerned to let my kids go play outside by our home.
  • Todd Honeycutt
    commented 2019-06-02 12:56:29 -0400
    Barb – unfortunately, most food, even organic certified, has some trace of glyphosate because of drift and runoff. That’s why we are pushing for a complete ban of the stuff and encouraging everyone to demand cleaner food. In the meantime, you can protect yourself by using products like Restore, which the negate effects of glyphosate on your body.
  • Barb Sarver
    commented 2019-06-02 10:26:14 -0400
    Is there any rice based anything that is glyphosate free? from what I have gleaned from sites is that ALL rice is contaminated. Especially those used in gluten free concoctions/flours, etc. Lundberg farms good? Is it just all brown? Mixed with whatever. So hard to determine. thanks.
  • Debby Ryan
    @chckch372 tweeted link to this page. 2019-02-25 09:30:26 -0500
  • Joeni Pou
    commented 2018-06-24 20:46:54 -0400
    I pray that people wake up and start boycotting this stuff and growing their own food. There is a dramatic increase in autoimmune disorders, cancers, allergies, inflammatory responses, and etc. Too many people are sick and dying.
  • Todd Honeycutt
    commented 2018-01-26 14:53:31 -0500
    Judy – there are several things Moms Across America offers that you can use. First, check out our Health Solutions Store for products such as Restore and Primary Detox that can help protect you and your family. Second, you can print out or email this page to your neighbors and ask them to stop spraying. Our store also has flyers for exactly this purpose. As far as organic food, you will have to rely upon deliveries of organic food and your best bet there is USDA Organic Certified. Hope this helps!
  • Judy Bauchspiess
    commented 2018-01-26 13:59:54 -0500
    All around us, on all four sides are farmers who spray glyphosate on their crops to dry them out to expedite harvesting. The farmers are not likely to change the way they do things. I was wondering if there really is any benefit to organically grow food if the glyphosate is swept up with the wind and carried to our area?
  • Ruth
    followed this page 2016-08-31 13:18:27 -0400
  • Ellie Kirchner
    commented 2015-11-29 15:23:05 -0500
    Food seals – including glyphosate tested – and what they mean… become familiar with them here!

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