Why Organic?

Organic farming methods mean foods are free of artificial fertilisers and use naturally derived pesticides which reduces pollution to our soils, waterways and air. These conditions provide more suitable habitats for wildlife such as insects including bees which are crucial for pollination.


Organic farms have lower emissions and use less energy, with research showing that organic crops also have a much higher nutritional quality than their non organic equivalents.*

To top it off they certainly taste a lot better - try a taste test between an organic carrot and non-organic supermarket carrot, we bet you’ll notice a difference!


* A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition in 2014
 

The Dirty Dozen

Although organic produce might be a little more expensive than standard produce, the benefits are certainly worth it. However, if you can only go for a few items that are organic, make sure it’s the Dirty Dozen!

Not heard of them? These are the fruits and veg that are known to have the highest amount of pesticide residue left on the skin once it has been washed and prepared, when grown on a non-organic farm.

Check them out here!

9 Simple Hacks

We put together these simple hacks to eat organic food for less, to help you navigate your way to a healthier, organic based diet
for less than you might think!

Take a peek at them here.

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