Product Ethics & Credentials - Organic

We include a wide range of organic products including foods, chocolates, cosmetics and textiles, bedding, clothing and personal care. The term organic is now widely used to describe the products of agriculture that use far fewer pesticides or synthetic fertilisers. Organic methods consider the whole eco system and use more natural techniques to assist plant growth, repel pests and protect and encourage wildlife habitats. Organic agriculture aims to maintain and increase soil fertility and give livestock humane living conditions.

Criteria devised by Green Dot Guides Ltd and environmental expert Edwin Datschefski.

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Why Organic Cotton?
principles of organic agriculture