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Bonne Maman Earns Non-GMO Project Verification

Bonne MamanRYE, NY, and BIARS, FRANCE; March 3, 2015 – Bonne Maman, the line of 100% all-natural preserves, is proud to announce that the prestigious Non-GMO Project Verification has verified the 15 varieties of its preserves. The Non-GMO Project offers North America’s only independent verification for products without GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Bonne Maman’s high-quality ingredients were put through rigorous testing and are verified to be in compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard – meaning ongoing testing of all GMO risk ingredients, facility inspections and an annual audit.

“At Bonne Maman we still produce our preserves from the same time-honored traditional French recipes used since the inception of the brand. Our products feature only the finest quality fruit and 100% all-natural ingredients,” stated Thierry Jean, CEO of Andros Foods North America. “We take great pride in ensuring only the highest-quality ingredients are used to produce all of our products. We are honored that the Non-GMO Project has granted us this prestigious designation and we’ll proudly share it with all of our loyal customers.”

The preserves verified to carry the Non-GMO Project Verification logo include: Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Wild Berry, Apricot, Four Fruits, Blackberry, Fig, Mixed Berries, Orange Marmalade, Peach, Apricot-Raspberry, Golden Plum Mirabelle, Plum, and Raspberry Mix.

Bonne Maman is the fastest growing preserves brand in the U.S. and #3 selling brand of preserves in the US*. The brand provides consumers with products of the highest quality in the finest French culinary tradition. Bonne Maman produces 15 varieties of preserves from the original Strawberry to the newest flavor, Golden Plum Mirabelle. Bonne Maman Preserves, produced in France, are all-natural, with no artificial coloring, no high fructose corn syrup and no preservatives added. Everything in Bonne Maman Preserves could easily be found in grandma’s kitchen cabinet.