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Because organic works with nature, not against it, by protecting our soil, our wildlife and our world. With one small swap to organic, you can take a tangible action to support a more sustainable future for the world in which we live in – by supporting wildlife and high animal welfare; helping combat climate change; and enjoying food as it should be.

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Organic Trade Board launches petition to save nature in first 100 days of government.

Launched ahead of Organic September, the Change.org petition asks whoever comes to power to protect wildlife in any policies - and commit to representing the UK at the crucially important UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15) in December.

Image above: Illustration by Kate Punkhurts

This August we will be featuring organic products for babies, kids, and of course, parents!⁠

Take a journey with us through preparing kids for school with organic snacks and drinks, looking into organic products for new-borns and their mothers, and discovering some interesting research on breastfeeding!⁠

For parents of kids of all ages, we’ll share some tips on where to take your kids to visit organic farms and gardens and enjoy unpolluted environments and great food.⁠

Organic lunch boxes are a great way for parents to introduce healthy snacks and drinks, full of natural flavour, to their little ones.

We will feature kid’s foods on the go, including dry fruits, purees, juices, dairy products – all organic!⁠ ⁠

For new mothers, we will share a variety of certified organic personal care products, which are produced without using potentially harmful chemicals, that are kind to nature! ⁠

Images courtesy of Natracare, My Little Green Wardrobe, Yeo Valley

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Wildlife on Organic farms

There are around 75% more wild bees and around 50% more wildlife on average in organic farms according to information provided by the Soil Association. Today we will share some stories from organic farms and how their organic farming methods benefit biodiversity.

Win the ‘Ultimate Organic Getaway’ with Greenfibres

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WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE ORGANIC?

Organic means supporting wildlife

Organic farms are havens for wildlife and provide homes for bees, birds, and butterflies. On average, plant, insect and bird life is 50% more abundant on organic farms.

The highest standards of animal welfare

Animals raised organically enjoy the highest welfare standards available. Organic standards insist that animals are given plenty of space and fresh air, and that they are raised in conditions that suit their natural behaviour. Smaller flocks and herds, and more access to the outdoors means organic animals don't have to be routinely treated with antibiotics and wormers. Mutilations like beak-trimming to prevent the aggressive side effects of stress are also not needed or allowed.

Reduced exposure to pesticides

Choosing organic is an easy way to limit our exposure to pesticides, herbicides (weed killers) and many additives and preservatives. Organic farmers aim to create a natural balance between plants and animals to prevent pests, so that they don't need to rely on pesticides.

Enjoying food as it should be

Choosing organic means that you are supporting farming practices with a more traceable production process and you will always know what's in your food. Organic standards prohibit GM crops and ingredients, hydrogenated fats, and controversial artificial foods colours and preservatives.

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