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Free Food Alert - Organic September Saturday!


Free Food Alert - Organic September Saturday! Across the country on the 16th September, independent health food stores and retailers will be taking part in Organic September Saturday. This is your chance to try organic for yourself. To find out where you can try other tasty products, search here for your local store. Organic September Organic September is just around the corner. Starting Friday you can take part by looking out for the logo and choosing organic. With so many reasons to #ChooseOrganic what’s yours?

  • Fewer Pesticides
  • No artificial colours or preservatives
  • Always free range
  • No routine use of antibiotics
  • No GM ingredients
Organic Certification assures you the food you buy has been produced to the highest standard. Any food labelled as organic follows a strict set of standards that defines what food manufacturers and farmers can and cannot do when producing organic food. Organic Your September More organic food purchased means more organic farms, which results in fewer pesticides being used, more wildlife and more animals raised under the highest standards. What Now? The Soil Association provide a handy starter kit which is jam-packed with recipes, discount vouchers and inspiration. If you can’t wait, you can view lots of recipes containing our organic tomatoes in our recipe book here or learn more about our organic tomatoes here. Then get out there, have fun and learn more about your food this September. Look for the Logo. Choose Organic.

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