Find out where they've been spotted and what you can do to help
GM Freeze is the UK's umbrella campaign on GM food, crops and patents.
Formed in 1999 as the Five Year Freeze, we became a not-for-profit registered company in 2005. Our members include large national charities, small specialist organisations, scientists, farmers, retailers and grassroots campaigners.
GM Freeze is run by a small staff team and a management commitee of representatives from member organisations, elected each year at the Annual General Meeting.
What we do
GM Freeze considers and raises the profile of concerns about the impact of genetic modification. We inform, inspire, represent and support those who share our concerns. We campaign for a moratorium on GM food and farming in the UK. We oppose the patenting of genetic resources.
We do all of this to help create a world in which our food is produced responsibly, fairly and sustainably.
We don't have an office - our staff work from home or shared office space - but you can write to us at the address at the bottom of the page.
You can call us on 0845 217 8992 (see below) or email info[at]gmfreeze.org
Director: Liz O'Neill
Liz was previously Head of Communications at the Vegetarian Society and has lots of experience as a voluntary environmental campaigner. She is the first contact for media enquiries.
Coordinator: Raoul Bhambral
Raoul is an experienced environmental campaigner who has previously worked on GM at Friends of the Earth Cymru, and Friends of the Earth Europe. He is your first contact for general enquiries.