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Why Buy Organic?
5 reasons to go organic by the Soil Association
For Health - on average organic food contains higher levels of vitamin C, essential minerals and cancer-fighting antioxidants.
No nasty additives - amongst the additives banned by the Soil Association are hydrogenated fat, aspartame and monosodium glutamate.
Avoids pesticides - over 400 chemicals are routinely used in non-organic farming and residues are often present in non-organic food.
High animal welfare - the benefits of the organic approach are recognised by animal welfare organisations and the UK government.
Good for wildlife and the environment - Organic farming is better for wildlife, causes lower pollution from sprays and produces less carbon dioxide.
Many of the natural organic products in the ranges sold at Green Beginnings are plant extracts and so all the above points are relevant not only for the food we eat but also for the organic beauty, organic skin care products and organic baby products on sale today.
Creation date : 14/04/2009 @ 10:23
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