Organic and<br />its benefits Organic and<br />its benefits

Organic and
its benefits

Great taste

Organic food simply tastes delicious! Healthy soil and plants produce great food with lots of vibrant flavours that have not been tainted by chemicals.

Facts about organic farming

Facts about organic farming

No GMOs

No growth hormones

Antibiotics are only used when necessary for animal health              

Linited use of pesticides and fertilisers

Strict animal welfare requirements

Traceability from farm to table

Certification requirements (i.e. Organic logo for the EU)

  Source: The European Commision

Did you know?

Organic farming is beneficial for both the environment, animal welfare and your health.

Environment
Because organic farming does not use harmful chemicals, there is less air, water and soil pollution. This maintains a good biodiversity and ensures a healthier world.

Animal welfare 
Animal welfare is an important aspect of producing organic dairy and meat, as strict regulations ensure that animals are fed correctly and not confined to miserable cages.

Health
Organic food is produced without unnecessary antibiotics and pesticides, meaning that it does not contribute to an antibiotic restistant immunesystem and is better for your health.

What is also great about organic food, is that you can easily substitute any non-organic product in a recipe with an organic. What is not to like?

Try eating organic with one of Emborg's organic products: Garden Peas, Mixed Vegetables, Chopped Spinach and Milk.

Start your organic adventure with these easy recipes: 

Gnocchi with Organic Peas and Spinach

Organic Fried Rice

Chia Pudding with Organic Milk and Mango
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