Thank you for your reply Teresa.
My issue is with the fact that until recently, the Huel website had a very different position on the subject. It did not claim to use GMO products, however, it also claimed not to be “GMO-Free” for very good reasons.
Stating clearly on your website that Huel is “GMO-Free” when you know that you do not use ingredients that COULD be GMO is a cheap marketing ploy. It has the appearance of placating unsubstantiated fears for the purpose of selling more product. I find that position unethical.
If Huel does not contain GMO ingredients because none of it’s ingredients WOULD be eligible for GMO, then I think the site should not address it either way. Otherwise you look as silly as Whole Foods who sells “NON-GMO” water.