Ok maybe I'm a day late and a dollar short on this, but I seriously never noticed that Silk changed from organic to natural over the past year. My little one will only drink soy and I've been buying Silk for almost 2 years now for her because it was organic and made with non-GMO soy beans. What a difference a year makes! I recently saw a tweet on Twitter saying that Silk was coming under fire from Whole Foods for potentially using non-GMO soy beans and for quietly changing their product/packaging to reflect that their soy milk is now "natural" instead of organic.
Being gluten-free, I know that anything labeled natural is dubious at best because there are no strict regulations for what constitutes natural. I was quite a bit upset at the news, because had I known that the product was not organic anymore, and could have potentially been made with non-GMO soy beans, I would never have given it to my little one.
The good news is that there are a variety of other brands stepping up in the market, promising organic, non-GMO soy milk. Two of the brands, Earth Balance and 8th Continent are both carried by Whole Foods, and some major supermarkets and natural stores. Both are gluten-free, of course. I have a couple of cartons of Earth Balance soy milk in my fridge right now, hopefully it passes the toddler taste test!