Enjoy - It's From Europe

Welcome to our blog, where you'll find lots of organic-focused articles, competitions and events.

  • 5 reasons to love organic

    There are many reasons to love organic food and farming. We take a look at why organic is good for you and your family, good for the animals and good for the planet.

  • 8 ways to make organic more affordable

    Although the benefits of organic food are pretty priceless, there are many ways to eat better for less. Katie Roche takes us through some of the best ways to enjoy organic, no matter how tight your budget.

  • The new generation getting into organic farming

    Early mornings. Long hours. All types of weather. Sound like a tough job description? Organic farming is hard work - but it also comes with some fantastic benefits, from plenty of fresh air and exercise to a great “office” - one so close to nature that you might literally bump into some wildlife.

  • Organic gardening: keeping pests at bay

    Having a thriving organic garden is as much about the wildlife as it is about the plants. Don’t let pests get you down, just remember that all creatures have a place in organic gardening, so while they might sometimes be a nuisance, all organisms play a vital part in the overall health of the environment.

  • Why choose organic baby food

    We all want to give our little ones the best start in life and, for many parents, serving up organic food is an important part of that journey. Soon-to-be first-time mum Kate Arnell looks at why organic is a great choice for children and talks to parents about why they made the switch.

  • Get involved with Fairtrade Fortnight

    It’s Fairtrade Fortnight, 25 February to 10 March 2019, the annual celebration of farmers in developing countries who grow the food we eat. The event promotes a living wage for workers in some of the poorest countries around the world, better working conditions and local sustainability. Anna Pierides, Coffee Supply Chain Manager at the Fairtrade Foundation, looks at coffee farming as an example of how organic and Fairtrade are closely aligned.

  • Pebblefest 2019

    Pebblefest is a celebration of the very best in organic, sustainability and healthy lifestyles. Festival goers will be able to join in with debates, talks and workshops. Topics covered will include ethical fashion, plastic free living, zero waste skincare - and how we can all do our bit to help the planet everyday.

    27 April 2019 (10:30am - 8:30pm)

    FLAT IRON SQUARE, 68 Union Street, London, SE1 1TD

  • Win tickets to Pebblefest 2019

    We’re very excited about a brand new eco event coming to London this spring: Pebblefest, Saturday 27 April in Flat Iron Square. And we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner.

    Closing date: 31 March 2019

  • Get stuck in to Real Bread Week

    It’s Real Bread Week, 23 February to 3 March 2019, the annual global celebration of buying additive-free loaves from local bakeries and baking your own at home. Real Bread coordinator Chris Young shows how choosing organic supports the campaign.

  • Organic food - a question of taste and nutrition

    There are many reasons to love organic food. It’s a way of farming that works with nature, using real ingredients, with animals free to forage and graze on land that’s home to more wildlife. A little-known fact though, is that organic food is also nutritionally different. We look at how organic food has more of the good stuff and talk to two top chefs about the all-important question of taste.

  • Thomsina Miers: organic is a no brainer for me

    We spoke to chef and writer Thomsina Miers about her approach to organic both as a busy working mother of three young daughters and when sourcing ingredients for her business.

  • The beginner’s guide to organic growing

    You don’t need to be an expert farmer, or even a green-fingered gardener to grow some delicious organic produce at home. You don’t even need a garden! Expert organic kitchen gardener, Will Livingstone, shows us how to get started.

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