Mother’s

CompanyPepsico
Company TypePublic Corporation
Rating
Organic StatusCereal products are not certified organic
Websitewww.motherscereal.com
Total Score110

Like Quaker Oats, the Mother’s brand is not organic, and is owned by Pepsico. The overwhelming majority of Pepsico’s business is in non-organic, conventional snack foods, including Lay’s chips and Tostitos. Pepsico’s net revenue in 2009 was $43 billion.

Test results reveal that Pepsico uses genetically engineered ingredients in its Mother’s brand cereal.

CriteriaPoints
TOTAL (possible score is 700)110
Percentage of the brand’s product line that is certified organic.
Organic Status of Cereal/Granola by Brand
0
Percentage of the parent company’s products that are certified organic.
Organic Commitment by Corporate Owner
5
Brand’s commitment to ensuring all cereals are non-GMO.
GMO Policy (By Brand, in Cereal/Granola)
0
Parent company’s commitment to ensuring all of its products are non-GMO.
GMO Policy by Corporate Owner
0
Brand’s commitment to ensuring that hexane is not present in its cereal and granola products.
Hexane (in cereal/granola products)
100
Brand’s commitment to ensuring that harmful synthetic agrichemicals where not used in the production of their cereal and granola products.
Agrichemical Use (by Brand, in Cereal/Granola Products)
0
Parent company’s commitment to ensuring that harmful synthetic agrichemicals where not used in the production of any of their products.
Agrichemical Use (by Corporate Owner)
5