Organic range

Choosing
Organic

"Organic means
working with nature,
not against it."

Living a more organic lifestyle

There are a variety of benefits for choosing a more organic lifestyle. The two most common among these are personal health and impact on the environment.

Here are some simple steps we can take to leading a more organic lifestyle.

Visit farmers markets

Visit farmers markets

Meet food producers from your local area – ask them about their produce, what is in season (and therefore at its best) and what growing practices they use. If you can’t visit a local farmers market, some supermarkets have a good organic section and frequently run special offers.

Be organised

Be organised

Make meat and other produce go further e.g. organic chicken can be roasted and the bones used to make a stock. Use the stock to cook vegetables and rice then add the leftover meat.

Labels and Logos

Labels & logos

Check the labels and look for the logo: can you see organic certification? Where has the product been produced? Consider how the animals and land have been cared for.

Grow your own

Grow your own

If you have the space, growing your own food can be a great hobby and gives you control over the produce you eat. Consider starting with small plants e.g. thyme or basil can add extra flavour to a meal.

Get outdoors

Get outdoors

Living an organic lifestyle isn’t just about what you consume but how you live. Many of us have demanding jobs so spending time outdoors in nature can have lots of benefits especially for mental health.

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The soil association

The supplements in our organic range are derived from fruits, vegetables and botanicals that have naturally high levels of certain nutrients.

All our products are free from pesticides, herbicides and genetically modified organisms. Selected products are also certified as organic by the Soil Association.

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