Take part in Organic September!
The buying decisions we make every day are a simple but powerful form of direct action - the choices you make with the food you eat have an impact on the world you live in.
Organic food is everyday food. It doesn't always have to cost more. Everyday items such as yogurt, bread, pasta, tea and many seasonable vegetables are often the same price as non-organic.
Switching to just one organic item can really help contribute to change our food system for the better. Demand for more organic food means more organic farms. More organic farms means fewer pesticides, more wildlife and more animals raised under the highest standards.
5 reasons to try Organic today:
Almost 300 pesticides can routinely be used in non-organic farming. Many of these remain in the food we eat, despite washing and cooking.
No Artificial colours & preservatives
Hydrogenated fats and controversial artificial food colours & preservatives are all banned by organic standards.
Always free range
Organic means the very highest animal welfare standards.
No routine use of antibiotics
Organic means happier, healthier animals raised without the need for routine use of antibiotics.
No GM ingredients
GM ingredients and crops are banned under Soil Association standards.
- Andy Garfield