I think you meant "agreement" or, perhaps, "conformity" rather than integrity. If these companies claimed to supply _only_ approved organic seeds or if they failed to inform customers of the characteristics of their seeds (ie, GMOs), then integrity might be appropriate.
These are commercial enterprises catering to a wider customer base than just the dedicated organic purists. If their customers don't want GE seeds, they'll not buy them and Johnny's and Stokes will not offer them; if, on the other hand, the demand is there, they would be foregoing a market opportunity by not responding to the demand.
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