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Web Site Provides Traceability Data On Soybeans Used In Silk Soymilk

October 13, 2010: 04:59 AM EST

Silk Soymilk says it has launched a Web site that allows consumers to trace the origin of the soybeans used in its top-selling product. Consumers can trace soybean origins and production methods down to the county level on each carton, according to the company. Consumers enter the manufacturing code and expiration date from Silk cartons to find out where in the U.S. the soybeans were grown and can learn more about how Silk makes sure its soybeans contain no genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Dubbed “a complete crop-to-carton story,” the new Web site follows in the wake of Silk's enrollment in the Non-GMO Project's Product Verification Program, a system that tests whether a product has met non-GMO standards. The Web site can be found at www.silksoymilk.com/traceit/.

"Silk® Soymilk Launches Soybean Traceability Website", PRNewswire, October 13, 2010, © PRNewswire
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