Spring into certified organics this september
Australian Organic Awareness Month (AOAM) is Australia’s largest organic awareness campaign.
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Why Choose Certified Organic?
Livestock must be free to roam to be certified organic. This means no caged chickens and no sow stalls. Animals must be given a quality of life that allows them to perform natural social and physical functions.
Raising organic cattle through breeding using natural methods, stress free weaning that allows for the ethological needs of mothers and young. Live export is also prohibited under organically certified operations.
The Australian Certified Organic Standard prohibits the use of synthetic agricultural chemicals including pesticides, fungicides and herbicides.
Synthetic food additives are thought to be linked to symptoms such as allergic reactions, asthma, and ADHD.
Certified organic food and drink must contain a minimum of 95% certified organic ingredients.
Certified Organic products are non-GMO. The crops that are most likely to be genetically modified are corn, soybean, cotton and canola.
Processed foods likely to be genetically modified are corn syrup, corn starch, corn oil, soy lecithin, soy protein, vegetable oil, farmed fish, and animal by-products.
Demand for organics in meat is on the rise due to the growing consumer push for more natural, free range, organic beef.
Slow cooked until it’s melt in your mouth, try this hearty agrodolce braised organic beef recipe.
During this Australian Organic Awareness Month why not make Cleaver’s Organic Beef & Eggplant Kababs thanks to Justine Schofield.
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