When we eat organic, we feel happy.
Because we know it means high standards of animal welfare, fewer pesticides, no artificial additives, preservatives or routine use of antibiotics. We're inviting people to add happiness to the world and their lives by feeding their happy with organic - and to experience the unadulterated joy of organic food.
From our Blog
Ethical eggs: how organic is different
As shoppers and cooks, how do we choose the most ethical, flavourful and nutritious eggs available? As you scan the egg shelves of your supermarket, you may see idyllic images of hens roaming in wild flower meadows, but you’ll need to study the labels to know more about the welfare of the birds that laid your eggs.Read more about Ethical eggs: how organic is different
Pesticide use in organic farming
It’s a common myth that there are no pesticides allowed in organic farming. Some pesticides are allowed but these are mostly naturally occurring, and their use is very different from the approach used in non-organic farming.Read more about Pesticide use in organic farming
Buying organic means:
- Fewer pesticides
- No artificial colours or preservatives
- Always free range
- High standards of animal welfare
- No routine use of antibiotics
- No GM ingredients
Where can I buy organic food?
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