So how do you really know what your buying is organic?
Did you know that to be classed as organic, you have to be approved by The Soil Association.
In the 1960s The Soil Association developed the world’s first organic standards.
All organic farms and manufacturing companies are inspected at least once a year and the standards for organic food are laid down in European law.
Companies must also go further in key areas such as animal welfare, protecting human health, and safeguarding the environment.
Getting the organic certification isn’t easy and when you buy an organic product you know what you’re buying really is what it says on the tin.