As more of us make conscious decisions to reduce our impact on the planet and help build a better future, opting for organic
has the potential to make a world of difference.
is built on the principles of health, ecology, care and fairness. No other defined system of farming and food production comes close to delivering such a breadth of benefits for wildlife, society and the natural world.
Organic is designed to respect nature and to enhance the health of soils, water and air, organic farming is leading the way on sustainability. In fact, if Europe’s farmland all followed organic principles
, agricultural emissions could drop by 40-50% by 2050, with plenty to feed the growing population healthy diets.
For a food product to be labelled as organic, every step in the supply chain, from farmers and packers to food processors and shops that sell organic products, must meet organic standards and prove it to an organic certification body, like Soil Association Certification.
All organic manufacturing food companies are inspected at least once a year and the standards for organic food are laid down in the law. Achieving organic certification isn’t easy and when you buy an organic product, you know you're buying quality ingredients
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