Consumers ask more questions and choose organic, by Matthew Holmes, Executive Director, Canada Organic Trade Association.
From expansive organics sections in grocery stores to burgeoning farmers’ markets, Canadians are hungry for food produced without pesticides or genetically modified organisms.
One of the many factors driving the demand for organic food is concern about genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
With Canadians spending close to $3 billion a year on organic food, the need to ensure that they are actually getting what they pay for has become paramount.
Canada has all the right ingredients to become a key international player in the organic foods sector...
At GMCR Canada Holding Inc. (GMCR Canada), owner of the Van Houtte® brand, we are committed to social and environmental responsibility.
Organic foods are an important ingredient of a more healthful life, says family physician Dr. Howard Koseff.
Ron and Sheila Hamilton have owned and operated Sunworks Farm in Alberta since 1992, when they bought their land and set out to convert it to become a certified organic farm.
Canadians are more aware of their health than ever before and are using natural health and organic products as part of their healthy lifestyle.
As Canadians enjoy the last of our summer harvests, it won’t be long before gardeners across the country look to online catalogues, nurseries, gardening organizations and local seed producers to find the seeds they will plant next year.
We’re constantly bombarded with confusing labels, claims, and product choices in retail stores and markets, in the media, and from well-meaning friends.
A Canadian worker-owned natural food market (Est. 1983) located in the heart of Toronto’s east end.
Organic Meadow is proud to introduce a series of videos featuring our farmers.