For 25 years, Foodlife Organic has been nurturing the health of both people and the planet, one delicious organic box at a time. We're proud to be partnered with the Soil Association, the UK's leading organic certification body, throughout this incredible journey. This esteemed certification isn't just a badge of honour; it's a fundamental pillar of our values and a promise we make to our customers.
Why Organic Matters to Foodlife Organic
Organic certification isn't just about avoiding nasty chemicals and pesticides. It's about a holistic approach to farming that prioritizes the health of our soil, the well-being of animals, and the delicate balance of our ecosystems.
Soil Health: Organic farming methods, like crop rotation and composting, nourish the soil, increasing its fertility and ability to retain water. This not only leads to more nutritious crops but also helps combat climate change by storing carbon dioxide.
Animal Welfare: Organic standards ensure that animals have access to the outdoors, a natural diet, and are treated with respect. This translates to happier, healthier animals and higher quality meat and dairy products.
Biodiversity: Organic farming fosters a thriving ecosystem for insects, birds, and other pollinators, creating a more balanced and resilient environment.
Partnering with the Soil Association means our commitment to organic principles is rigorously verified. Their strict standards go beyond the minimum legal requirements, ensuring the highest level of quality and ethical sourcing for our organic boxes.
For 25 years, Foodlife Organic has been a champion for organic farming, working hand-in-hand with the Soil Association to make a positive impact on the world. We're proud to offer our customers not just delicious and nutritious food, but also the peace of mind that comes with knowing they're supporting a healthier planet and a more sustainable future.
If you're looking to nourish your body and the planet, we invite you to join the Foodlife Organic family. Choose from our variety of organic boxes, curated with care and packed with seasonal goodness. Together, we can cultivate a healthier world, one bite at a time.
For more information about the Soil Association and their work in promoting organic farming, please visit their website:
Soil Association Certification Licence no: R2999