New World Pasta brands earn Non-GMO Project Verification

by Eric Schroeder
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New World Pasta, San Giorgio, American Beauty, Ronzoni, Non-GMO Project Verified
New World Pasta Co. has received Non-GMO Project Verification for its American Beauty, San Giorgio, Ronzoni, Creamette, Prince and Skinner pasta products.

HARRISBURG, PA. — New World Pasta Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Ebro Foods, has received Non-GMO Project Verification for its American Beauty, San Giorgio, Ronzoni, CreamettePrince and Skinner pasta products. The company said the move demonstrates its commitment to providing consumers with product information and responding to new, consumer-driven food trends.

Paul Galvani, New World Pasta
Paul Galvani, senior vice-president of marketing for New World Pasta.

“Today’s consumer is demanding transparency in food labels,” said Paul Galvani, senior vice-president of marketing for New World Pasta. “Simply put, consumers want to know not just what’s in their food but also where it comes from. We are proud to be leading the way in the pasta category by earning Non-GMO Project Verification.”

New World Pasta said products with the verification seal began appearing on shelves earlier this year, and more than 200 pasta products under New World Pasta’s key brands will feature the new verification seal.

For more information on the Non-GMO Project, visit www.nongmoproject.org.
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