Organic

Some things are just no brainers, like knowing you can always find lots of organic food at our stores. But what exactly does "organic" mean?

The Basics of Organic
Choosing organic food supports farmers and producers who believe in good health, quality foods and earth-friendly (though some like to say eco-friendly) sustainable agricultural practices. From reading labels to organic farming practices – get the basics!
The Basics of Organic
About Organic Farming
As early as 1920, writers in the US and Great Britain published influential works introducing the basic idea of organics - that the health of plants, soil, livestock and people are interrelated - and advocating a fundamental approach to farming based on understanding and working with natural systems rather than trying to control them.
About Organic Farming
Growth of the Organic Food Industry
There’s no doubt about it: organic farming is increasingly popular. Organic products have grown on average more than 20% per year over the last 7-10 years, making it the fastest growing segment of agriculture!
Growth of the Organic Food Industry
How Does Biodynamic Farming Fit In?
Like organic farmers, certified Biodynamic farmers must find alternatives to synthetic chemical pesticides and fertilizers. In addition, Biodynamic farmers strive to nurture the potential of a farm's own resources, which include water and biodiversity. However, not all Biodynamic farms are certified organic.
How Does Biodynamic Farming Fit In?