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Boulder Canyon Natural Foods Receives Non-GMO Project Verified Seal For Its Kettle-Cooked Chips
Date:3/4/2013

PHOENIX, March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Boulder Canyon Natural Foods®, a leading natural snack food manufacturer and member of the Inventure Foods, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNAK) family of specialty food brands, is proud to announce that it has successfully enrolled its kettle-cooked potato chips in the Non-GMO Project. The Non-GMO Project Product Verification process and seal assures consumers that a product is free of genetically modified organisms (GMO's), including plants or animals that have been grown or raised using gene splicing techniques of biotechnology.

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The Boulder Canyon (www.bouldercanyonfoods.com) flavors that are Non-GMO Project Verified include; Totally Natural, Totally Natural Canyon Cut, Olive Oil, 40% Reduced Fat, 60% Reduced Sodium, Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper and Hickory Barbeque. All packages will include the Non-GMO Project Verified seal beginning in June of this year. 

In addition to meeting Non-GMO standards, all Boulder Canyon kettle-cooked chips are gluten-free, and feature no trans fats and zero cholesterol.

"The Non-GMO Project verification process is rigorous, but we believe it is vitally important to our customers and Boulder Canyon," said Tim Bateman , vice president of Boulder Canyon.

Berkeley, Calif.-based Non-GMO Project (www.nongmoproject.org) provides food manufacturers, retailers, farmers, and suppliers with procedures and best practices for minimizing the presence of GMO ingredients. The organization's Product Verification Program (PVP) is a comprehensive process designed to assess compliance with the Non-GMO Pr
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