Good things happen when you go organic
The buying decisions we make every day are a simple but powerful form of direct action – small changes make a big difference, and the choices you make with the food you eat have an impact on the world you live in.
Switching to just one extra organic item really can help contribute to changing our food system for the better. Demand for more organic food means more organic farms. More organic farms mean fewer pesticides, more wildlife and more animals raised under the very highest standards.
Buying organic means I can relax, it means I trust where it's come from.John Quilter - The Food Busker
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Good things happen when you go organic. Support your local organic farmer and choose organic.
Look for the logo. Choose organic and you’ll be helping to support the farmers and producers who work hard to grow our food and look after our land for generations to come.
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