Australian Organic Awareness Month 2017

DID YOU KNOW? Products that claim ‘organic’ aren’t necessarily organic? Unless a product bears a certified organic logo, like the Australian Certified Organic “Bud” logo, there’s no way of guaranteeing its authenticity.

JOIN US as we celebrate the annual Australian Organic Awareness Month (AOAM) – Australia’s largest national campaign celebrating certified organic products, across a diverse range of industries, including fresh produce, packaged food and beverages, skincare, cosmetics, textiles, pet food and more!

AOAM is held each September and is our biggest event of the year where we highlight, promote and support at large the products, brands, and retailers who proudly wear the Australian Certified Organic (ACO) Bud logo, which is the most recognised organic logo amongst consumers today.

It’s all about raising awareness and protecting the interest of the consumer, so our message for consumers is to look for a certified organic logo when you’re shopping – like ACO’s Bud logo – because that’s the only way to guarantee a product is truly organic.

Get ready for Australian Organic Awareness Month each September and look out for our promotions, prizes and giveaways via social media, online media, print media, radio and TV!

Make the switch!

This September choose one item in your household to convert to certified organic, and notice the difference. Upload your pic and tag us in on Facebook and Instagram (@australianorganic)!

#AOAM #ACO #AustralianCertifiedOrganic

Stay tuned for what’s to come in September 2017…

Download the 2017 Sponsorship Offer here!

 

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