Posted 2 August 2017
Australia's certified organic industry is expected to be worth more than $2 billion by next year but it is fighting to ensure fake organic claims do not damage its reputation.
ABC news covered this story.
Posted 22 November 2016
Global sales of organic food reached $80 billion in 2014, with the U.S. the largest organic market, according to findings in The World of Organic Agriculture: Statistics & Emerging Trends 2016 unveiled during BioFach in February by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and IFOAM—Organics International. The Organic Report elaborates.
Posted November 22 2016
An interesting quick guide to the foods that aren't worth their organic dollar.
Posted 25 April 2014
An extremely important movie in the making which is raising money to complete, please check out this video.
Posted 10 April 2014
People we may have another Food inc or Food Matters on our hands! Check out this 2 minute trailer for the upcoming movie Fed Up. Powerful stuff.
Posted February 18 2014
This 9-minute video features certified organic farmers across Vermont talking about why they believe in certified organic, how it defines their approach to their land and to food production, and why organic is important to the overall food movement
Posted February 17, 2014
This is a very funny video about the food and advertising industry's somewhat liberal use of the word "natural" when it comes to food labeling. Developed by US industry group Only Organic this is a must see, very funny 4 minute spoof
Posted November 22, 2013
In this 6 minute interview on ABC TV, Dr Andrew Monk from Australian Organics discusses a new advertising campaign launched to educate consumers about certification and misleading labelling.
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