Printable List of Monsanto Owned “Food” Producers

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List of companies that use Monsanto products. Note: this does not mean that Monsanto owns the companies in the literal sense. See the main corporate owners at the bottom of this piece.

In light of the recent public anger over the Monsanto Protection Act, here’s a simple, printable list of companies that use Monsanto products.

Editor’s note: this list is from 2013 – since then, you the consumer have successfully demanded transparency and some of these companies have voluntarily labeled their GMO ingredients or removed them. Some of them removed other unhealthy ingredients. Please check all labels before buying.


By avoiding products made by companies on this list, you can help ensure your money isn’t going to Monsanto and also watch out for the health of your family and yourself.

If you wish to print, simply click on the list and choose “Print” from your browser’s menu (or press CTRL+P/CMD+P).

Original post from the Ascending Star Seed blog

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  • Lorungee

    Ok, so that’s basically everything we eat. Now what ? Grow our own food in our backyards, sorry….not practical. Don’t eat…..not an option.

  • Franz Volpi

    There are alternatives. I agree, it’s crazy.
    Do you have Trader joe’s near you?
    Everything sold under the Trader Joe’s label is non-gmo. They tend to have lower prices too. I worked for them for over 11 years. They really work hard to sell you a heathier product. Or Whole Foods of course sells a lot of organic products.

  • Bob Smith

    “Tombstone Pizza” What a good name for it. Tetley Tea from England is what my family uses for iced tea ever since Lipton started tasting bad.

  • People’sArmy

    i need to thank you for posting this awesome info , it is my intention never to buy Monsanto foods or anyone who use;s them as a vendor do to the toxic wast of out farm lands and the slow disintegration of out internal organs cant get the rat study GMO out of my head tumors bigger then the rat?

  • L. A. McDonough

    Gotcha, Lorungee, etc: Retirees eating some or many for decades, ain’t dead yet. Years ago, butter and peanut butter would kill you, now margrine (which I hate) will cause heart attacks. My inlaws lived almost to 90 ate too much “bad stuff” that I wouldn’t even eat. Mom and aunts late 90’s into 100 yrs ditto. Lets just say we walk the line, avoiding all this and get killed in a storm (hurricane, mudslide, earthquake) gotta eat, just be more selective. Eat lots of greens, produce and almost zero grains that are gmo. Buy organic if you can. Order stuff online or thru a vitamin co. or health food store.

  • L. A. McDonough

    Agree, besides moderation is the key and selective choices. Most everyone would be dead over 50, if all this stuff was that bad. Some is worse than others, read the ingredients.

  • SargintRock

    Dummy up! The foods that were eaten for years were not GMO’s!!! Only in the last 10 yrs. or so have the GMO’s been used. It’s our kids and grandkids who are being targeted not us babyboomers although we are certainly affected by the time we hit our Golden years if we continue to eat this crap!
    I got into a hellatious argument with a Quaker Farms rep when I asked if they used GMO’s in their Grits. She kept telling me there was NO Danger in GMO corn and after alerting her to the rat studies, I left her to her Normalcy Bias and felt the chill that comes when you realize the brainwashing and Corporate fraud going on with the end result of taking away our last freedom, namely Good Health!!

  • I understand the trouble – I live in a food desert and am not allowed to garden in the yard I rent from. I shop farmers markets and the produce aisle – I make meals from whole foods which are mostly non-gmo! I’m happier now. It’s always tough with rising grocery costs, but I no longer put a price on my happiness – I just do the best that I can.

  • Alleged Comment

    I see virtually every cake mix up there.

  • disqus_xp4GYx7DZk

    I buy NONE of these brands, thank God…

  • HarpDiem

    Anything can be made from scratch. You just have to buy the ingredients. Non GMO products can be purchased.

  • jamespulles

    Everything we eat is either cloned or genetically modified… you’d have to stop eating altogether. What’s the big deal with GMOs except for the fact that big companies make big profits from some foods? You’ve been eating genetically modified meat, grain, fruit, and vegetables all your life… why label them now?

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