If it's not organic it’s not in the pot
We’re proud to display the Soil Association organic certification on all our products, but what does it actually mean?
- Sustainability for soil and ecosystems
- Fewer pesticides & no fertilisers
- No GM ingredients
Only products that have been legally certified can be called organic, so you can be sure that where you see the symbol what you’re buying has been produced to the highest standard.
Small Changes, Big Difference
Not only is everything we make organic, it’s also 100% plant-based. Eating more veg + less meat is the best thing any of us can do for our planet. So having cooked organic gluten-free food for over 20 years, we’ve taken our love of veggies to the next level. We’ve gone vegan. Why? Because if we can make it even easier for you to cut down on meat, with our new range of irresistible vegan soups, sauces + misos, then together we could make something amazing happen.
Caring For Our Natural Resources
Water is a precious resource and choosing organic, plant-based foods can help preserve it for future generations. Manufactured nitrogen-based fertilizers are banned in organic farming because they can contaminate rivers and waterways.
And, did you know that livestock farming uses a third of our planet’s supply of fresh water?
Reducing Our Carbon Footprint
If all of Europe's farms followed organic principles, it could be possible to cut agricultural emissions by up to half by 2050. Organic farming is designed to respect nature and to enhance the health of soils, water and air. A plant-based diet helps too – even just one day a week without meat will make a world of difference.
Go on – give it a try!