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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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Located near the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea, United Organics services wholesale and trade customers across Australia and overseas with a wide range of quality, fresh, certified organic produce straight from Australian farms.
The Drought Resilience Self-Assessment Tool (DR.SAT) and Climate Services for Agriculture (CSA) platform make climate information more accessible and useful for farmers, industry, and rural and regional communities.
In December 2021, the Australian Government released details of the National Khapra Beetle Action Plan 2021-2031, to help manage the threat of Khapra beetle entering Australia.
Surrounded by picturesque rolling hills in Southeast Qld, John O’Brien’s farm has been in the O’Brien family since 1909. Originally a working dairy farm, John spent his childhood milking cows before converting the farm for cropping after he took over the running of the property from his grandfather in 1990.
Organic mixed enterprise Bellevue Grazing Company is managed by David and Robbie Curtis. After initially running Merino sheep, the property is now renowned for stud Dorper sheep and commercial Dorper lamb production.
The discussion about domestic regulation of Australia’s organic industry has entered a new stage with the reconvening of the Organics Industry Advisory Group (OIAG).
Jill and Michael Allwright purchased Good Morning Cereals in 2003 - the company is the only one of its kind in Australia producing organic cereals puffs. Jill and Michael take pride in offering a range of certified organic puffed products using the highest quality grains by working closely with suppliers and maintaining rigorous food safety standards.
Deep in the heart of the Darling Downs, Kialla Pure Foods began in 1988 and was one of the founding members of today’s organic movement in Australia.
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.

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Learn more about Australian Organic Limited’s number one objective – mandatory organic domestic regulation.