Some of our Top FAQs
Did your fruits & veggies just become Non-GMO?
While most fruits and veggies grown today are non-GMO, all Gerber fruits and veggies have always been non-GMO, and we’re committed to keeping it that way.
What’s the difference between Clean Field Farming™ and Organic?
Organic means that a food or other agricultural product has been produced and labeled according to strict requirements. Organic foods must be produced without genetic engineering, may only contain allowed substances, and are overseen by an authorized certifying agent. For Gerber, both our organic and conventional fruits and veggies are grown using our Clean Field Farming™ practices, which guide the way we thoughtfully select our seeds and land, sustainably care for the soil, and trace our harvested crops not only to our farms, but to the very fields where they are grown.
What is the difference between your Agriculture Team and your Farmers?
We are serious about growing food specifically for babies. That’s why we have a team of agriculture experts that work hands-on with the farmers who grow most of our crops: selecting our seeds and varieties, testing the soil, and helping care for the crops until they’re harvested.