When you choose certified organic food and products you are choosing
to create a better environment for you, your family and our future.

So, whether you’re starting your organic journey or looking for inspiration
with new recipes and products, you’ll find it here on our blog.


Did you know the term ‘organic’ is not currently regulated under Australian law?
This means that businesses and products are not required to follow specific regulations or a Standard in order to claim ‘organic’.
To trust it’s really organic, always look for a certified organic logo.


A delicious, sustainable lifestyle shift begins with making informed choices. At Australian Organic we’ve made the choice simple by ensuring the ‘bud’ logo is only on certified organic products of the highest standard.

Join us in promoting organics for our health, environment, family and future.

Go Organic Blog




Zobi and the Zoox: A Story of Coral Bleaching

Did you know that 99% of life on Earth is comprised of microbes, such as bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoa? Almost all of these are microbes are not just beneficial, they are essential to the health of all living entities and ecosystems. And yet, most children are taught to believe that microbes are harmful…We need new stories about our small friends.

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Help Our Farmers Get through This Drought

Let's all help our farmers get through this drought! Please consider donating to the following registered charities: Australian Red Cross Rural Aid/ Buy a Bale Drought Angels Aussie Helpers Lions Need for Feed Foundation for Rural and Regional...

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Organic Orange Juice

Organic Orange Juice Make your own fresh organic orange juice! It's fun and a great way to go organic on a budget. Ingredients: 4 organic oranges Method: If oranges have been in the fridge bring them to room temperature or microwave for 10 seconds. Scoop out seeds Cut...

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Organic on a budget

One of the most common concerns about choosing organic is the cost.  Organic foods can be more expensive because farmers have higher labour costs and a different economy of scale; however when buying organic you’re paying the real cost of producing real food that is better for the environment, animal welfare and our health. Follow these tips to stay go organic on a budget.

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Quinoa lasagna

Use your favourite tomato sauce in this layered dish of vegetables, quinoa, cheese and herbs. This lasagna is packed full of flavor that is reminiscent of comfort food without being too heavy, so you’ll still have plenty of room for dessert. ©Patricia Green & Carolyn...

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Pete’s organic prawn and avocado salad with fennel kraut

Our ambassador celebrity chef Pete Evans loves talking about healthy organic living! Watching him on The Morning Show for Australian Organic Awareness Month 2017.  it's obvious his passion is to simply spread his love of food and cooking. As Pete always says, "Cook...

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Pete’s cauliflower fried rice

Serves 4 1 cauliflower head (about 1kg), separated into florets 4 slices bacon or ham, diced 4 eggs, whisked 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 200g small raw prawns, shelled and deveined 100g shiitake or oyster...

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