I've been on the mailing list for a while of a new organic foods distributor that is starting up, and this morning I got notice that they are now open for business. I eagerly went to their website to see what they have and what their prices are like (morningsideorganics.com) and they have a page listing their suppliers. I was bothered at some of the suppliers I saw, so I sent off an email: Hello, I am at your website looking at the brands you are carrying. Are you aware that some of those brands are well known for containing GMO ingredients and furthermore, are unco-operative in eliminating GMO's from their product lines? An example is Dannon, which carries a bio-engineered probiotic in some of their products. Another example is Campbell Soup. I just got a reply back: Cathy, We carry a wide product selection to appeal to our many different customers. Iâm sorry there are companyâs listed whose values you donât agree with. Thanks, Jamie Here is the page of brands: http://www.morningsideorganics.com/Brand_Names.html Am I being too silly over this? I'm just skeptical of an "organic" company carrying big name brands of some products that the companies making them ADMIT to having GMO ingredients (and some who don't admit it but respond with a lot of doublespeak when you ask).