Total campaign cash Invest.png
Circle thum up.png Support: About $3,400,000
Circle thumbs down.pngOpposition: About $25,000,000

As of early September 2012, over $25 million has been donated to the “No on 37” campaign effort.

These are the $100,000 and over donors to the “no” campaign as of September 4, 2012:

Donor Amount
Monsanto $4,208,000
E.I. Dupont De Nemours & Co. $4,025,200
Pepsico, Inc. $1,716,300
BASF Plant Science $1,642,300
Bayer Cropscience $1,618,400
DOW Agrisciences $1,184,800
Nestle USA $1,169,400
Coca-Cola North America $1,164,400
Conagra Foods $1,076,700
Syngenta Corporation $821,300
Kellogg Company $632,500
General Mills $519,401
Hershey Company $498,006
The J.M. Smucker Company $388,000
Council for Biotechnology Information $375,000
Grocery Manufacturers Association $375,000
Hormel Foods $374,300
Bimbo Bakeries $338,300
Pioneer Hi-Bred International $310,100
Ocean Spray Cranberries $301,553
Pinnacle Foods $266,100
Dean Foods Company $253,950
Biotechnology Industry Organization $252,000
McCormick & Company $248,200
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company $237,664
Rich Products Corporation $225,537
Cargill, Inc. $202,229
Del Monte Foods $189,974
Knouse Foods Cooperative $135,831
Mars Food North America $100,242

Other food companies who have contributed to the “no” campaign (but with checks of less than $100,000) include Bumble Bee Foods, Sunny Delight Beverages, Sara Lee, Campbell Soup, McCain Foods, Dole Packaged Foods, Land O’Lakes, Morton Salt and Godiva Chocolatier.

list is current as of early September

list and photo source:,_Mandatory_Labeling_of_Genetically_Engineered_Food_(2012)