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Australian Organic is the leading peak body for the organic industry, a member owned not-for-profit organisation protecting and promoting the future of the Australian organic industry.

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Australia's $2.6 billion organic industry is celebrating a milestone in establishing a mandatory standard for use of the word ‘organic’ following an Australian Government announcement today calling for public consultation on the matter.
An Australian honey infused with apple cider vinegar that delivers the health benefits associated with the acidic drink, but without the burn, has been recognised at a prestigious organic awards ceremony.
Standout performers in Australia’s world-leading meat sector were recognised at Australian Organic Limited’s (AOL) 7th Annual Industry Awards, taking home prestigious accolades including Business of the Year and the coveted Chairman’s Award.
Established in 2004, WoodShield manufactures Australian made, sustainable and chemical-free fencing posts. WoodShield’s timber posts are fully coated in recycled polymer and have been specifically created for use in viticulture, aquaculture, equine and general agricultural industries.
The mastermind behind a company known to most Australian parents has been recognised with one of the highest honours in the organic food industry.
Organic retailers across the country are experiencing extraordinary growth as Australians continue to place growing importance on personal and environmental health, and stock their pantries with organic items.
Women powerhousing the organic industry have blitzed the field to take home national Awards for their exceptional leadership and innovation in the organic industry.
Sustainable, synthetic chemical-free wineries are the toast of the organic industry this week, with two McLaren Vale vineyards winning prestigious prizes at the Australian Organic 7th Annual Industry Awards.
A Sunshine Coast organic farmer, a Sydney tea company, and two South Australian wineries were among 11 winners at the Australian Organic 7th Annual Industry Awards.
The results of a randomised controlled dietary intervention trial found that pesticide exposure was significantly decreased when participants changes from a conventional to an organic diet by over 90%.

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