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Share the joy of Organic September

Sustain member the Organic Trade Board need your help to make Organic September this year the most successful yet.

Assortment of fruit and veg. Photo credit: Pexels

Assortment of fruit and veg. Photo credit: Pexels

The Organic. Feed Your Happy campaign is financed with aid from the European Union and members of the Organic Trade Board (OTB). It has been running for the past three years and the OTB are keen to finish the campaign on a high this September.

Throughout the month there will be lots of campaign activity in support of the Soil Association’s Organic September, promoting the benefits of organic and encouraging people to make a choice that’s better for the planet in their weekly shop.

You can support the campaign by following them on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and tagging @OrganicUK in your posts about organic across the month with the hashtag #FeedYourHappy and share their posts and content using #FeedYourHappy #OrganicSeptember.

You can link to content on the Organic. Feed Your Happy website, where there are lots of delicious organic recipes to try and advice on how to make organic more affordable as well as lots of reasons to love organic.

Sustain member The Soil Association also has plenty of information and toolkits on how to Organic Your September.

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Published 18 Aug 2019

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