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Why organic?

It may be difficult to have a wholly-organic diet, but there is a case to be made to include organic produce for everybody where possible. Even small changes can have a positive effect - on our health and on the environment.
Organic and babies

Organic and babies

Babies’ bodies are immature and vulnerable, so it is important they have the purest and safest foods. Non-organic foods may contain harmful chemical pesticide residues

Why is organic important?

Why is organic important?

Babies’ bodies are young and vulnerable – their organs, immune systems and other vital body systems are developing, so it is important they have the purest and safest foods. A pure, organic diet can be more beneficial during the first few months of life than at any other time.

Is it worth it?

Is it worth it?

Unlike most mainstream foods, organic baby foods and formulas are not more costly than non-organic varieties in many instances.

Going organic

Going organic

Pesticide residues - which are the worst foods? If we only make a couple of changes, which organic foods should we invest in?

Research into the benefits of an organic diet

Research into the benefits of an organic diet

Several studies which look at the exposure to potentially harmful substances during pregnancy and childhood, and the nutritional quality of organic foods.