The increasing availability of organic products and the desire for more healthy living is driving greater demand for organic products according to a new survey of shoppers, with almost six in 10 people purchasing at least one organic product in the past year. AOL CEO Niki Ford, said while certified organic products often cost more because of the way they were produced, there are also a number that may be comparable or even less, and many ways to affordably integrate organic into a household’s weekly shop.
Australia's vibrant and growing organic industry and the broad-reaching benefits of choosing to buy organic are again being celebrated this September during Australian Organic Awareness Month. Each year, as the season turns from winter to spring, the spotlight shines on the advantages of going organic, from the health-conscious buyer wanting to eliminate unnatural chemicals in their diet to supporting the market-leading work of producers in animal welfare and environmental stewardship.
The valuable work of Australian organic producers will once more be highlighted throughout September during Australian Organic Awareness Month (AOAM).
To celebrate Australian Organic Awareness Month, leading industry body Australian Organic hosted a lunchtime BBQ at Parliament House, Canberra, on 19 September 2019.
As part of Australian Organic Awareness Month, Australian Organic CEO Niki Ford was recently interviewed by SBS as part of a special Small Business Secrets segment.
Learn more about how UK leading food and farming charity and organic certification body, the Soil Association, is celebrating Organic September.
Australian Organic were up bright and early on Sunday morning to welcome visitors at the Northey Street City Farm Organic Markets in Windsor, Brisbane, QLD.
Australian Organic hosted its AOAM launch event in the stunning La Porte Space in Rosebery, Sydney to celebrate the nation's certified organic industry.
Members of Australian Organic were proudly representing the certified organic industry at Regional Flavours 2019 in Brisbane.