Shops, farms and producers are celebrating the return of Organic September from Sustain member the Soil Association.
Organic September has been perfectly timed to see some of Britain’s most popular everyday fruits and vegetables coming into season. Throughout the month, shops across the country will be showcasing how easy it is to shop and cook with organic ingredients along with the wealth of choice available.
Clare McDermott from Soil Association Certification, the UK’s leading organic certification body said:
“Small changes can make a huge difference. Choosing organic means helping protect our vital wildlife and reducing your exposure to potentially harmful pesticides and chemicals. Demand for more organic food means more organic farms. More organic farms mean more wildlife and more animals raised to the highest welfare standards.”
Highlights of Organic September include:
The Soil Association have provided five reasons of why people should go organic:
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