Here's a statement from [url=https://www.seedsofchange.com/about/default.aspx]Seeds of Change's website[/url]:
Seeds of Change wrote:
For over 20 years, we have remained true to our original vision by offering the largest selection of organic seeds in the industry, including heirloom, traditional, and rare seeds. Our seeds are produced through a network of certified organic family farms and professional growers. Through these partnerships, we continually cultivate study and develop seeds with the goal of producing the finest certified organic, open-pollinated varieties to share with our fellow gardeners and farmers. Each year, we collect data and conduct evaluation on all of our Seeds of Change varieties of seed. Our research and testing provide confidence in the quality of our seed and ensure high germination rates that produce healthy, hardy plants.
No GMOs, all organic methods, family-owned farms produce the seeds (vs. agribusiness conglomerates), and they support sustainable methods worldwide.
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