Common advice for grocery shoppers and restaurant diners avoiding GMO foods is to avoid the five most prevalent GMO crops: corn, soy, canola, and sugar beets. 94% of soy is genetically modified in the United States, and is staple in American processed foods.1 Americans most often identify soy with Asian cuisine, and the familiar soy sauce bottle on every table at Asian restaurants. Because of the dominance of genetically modified soybeans and the misunderstanding that all soy is bad, finding non-GMO Asian sauces has been hard…until now. San-J (, an eighth-generation family brand of Asian sauces is reintroducing their complete Cooking Sauce line, which is now verified as non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project, look for a Non-GMO Project seal on the label. Now, enjoying an authentic Asian, Non-GMO meal at home is easy. San-J Asian Cooking Sauces are also all natural, gluten free, kosher, and made with the best quality ingredients.

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