Organic foods – Sari Organik http://www.sari-organik.com/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 09:07:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.sari-organik.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Organic foods – Sari Organik http://www.sari-organik.com/ 32 32 Mars Hill shop offers a unique combo of organic food store, tea room https://www.sari-organik.com/mars-hill-shop-offers-a-unique-combo-of-organic-food-store-tea-room/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 09:07:14 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/mars-hill-shop-offers-a-unique-combo-of-organic-food-store-tea-room/ MARS HILL — Few businesses can offer their customers a smoothie bar, tea room and local health food store all in one store, but one business in Mars Hill does. Michele Clark opened Wild Violet in February 2020 after purchasing the building in August 2019. The two-story building offers bulk natural foods and housewares, an […]]]>

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Natural vs Organic Foods: Understanding the Basic Differences https://www.sari-organik.com/natural-vs-organic-foods-understanding-the-basic-differences/ Thu, 21 Jul 2022 03:40:28 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/natural-vs-organic-foods-understanding-the-basic-differences/ Over the past decades, the organic and the health food market has grown significantly with distinct production, processing, distribution and retail systems. You can find a hint of “organic” in everything today, from food to skincare. But, before buying anything, it is imperative to know what organic and natural mean. Also, if “natural foods” have […]]]>

Over the past decades, the organic and the health food market has grown significantly with distinct production, processing, distribution and retail systems. You can find a hint of “organic” in everything today, from food to skincare. But, before buying anything, it is imperative to know what organic and natural mean. Also, if “natural foods” have the same safety and health benefits as organic foods.

Busting the commonly accepted myth, Luke Coutinho, co-founder, youcarelifestyle.com, said, “Natural doesn’t always mean organic.

Organic products

The USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) and FSSAI define organic products as those “produced by farmers who conserve soil, water, and renewable resources to improve the environmental quality to empower future generations.

According to the lifestyle coach, “organic products are born from holistic farming practices focusing on biodiversity, soil health, chemical-free inputs, etc., with an environmentally and socially responsible approach that has been produced according to production standards organic “.

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Tip: Organic food does not necessarily mean healthy food. “Note that organic butter contains the same fat and calories as regular butter. Even though organic foods contain cleaner ingredients, they do not help with weight loss. Mindful eating should always be a priority,” he stressed.

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Natural products

Products labeled as “natural” are mostly minimally processed and free from synthetic or artificial ingredients or additives. These items are not chemically modified and contain fewer preservatives and chemicals. “However, they are not regulated like organic products,” he said.

“To be considered all-natural, a product must contain ingredients found in nature. These include fruits, vegetables, meats and dairy products. You may also see herbs and spices in some all-natural products. Therefore, the flavoring or coloring is made from natural ingredients. But the only downside is that natural foods are not yet regulated in our country, so many manufacturers abuse them,” he added.

According to Coutinho, “mislabelling and fraud also occur when food business owners label a product as organic when it contains non-organic ingredients or when organic standards are not met.” “When organic food is certified, it means that it meets established standards,” he said.

The fundamental difference

Coutinho pointed out that the words “natural” and “organic“may look the same but are different.” Organic produce is grown without the use of synthetic chemicals, such as conventional pesticides and fertilizers and does not contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs), while natural produce only promises not all of these, but may be free of synthetic or artificial ingredients or additives. ,” he said.

Fruits and vegetables are an example of organic. Accredited organic fruit and vegetables are grown on soil free of harmful synthetic chemicals and pesticides. Organic products are always controlled by certified bodies and comply with strict guidelines. Natural products, on the other hand, are not certified. All organic products can be considered natural, but all-natural products cannot be considered organic, he said, adding that “despite this, natural products are still healthier and safer than conventional products. “.

So what can consumers do?

“Choose a product based on its ingredients, not its claims on the label. Look at the nutrition facts and ingredients and decide what’s important to you. Studies have also suggested that even a common pesticide or fertilizer can cause potential damage to our nervous system, endocrine system and immune systemleading to increased cancer risks,” Coutinho said.

“Often people are hesitant to buy organic food because of a lack of confidence in its authenticity. Therefore, it is always wise to read nutrition labels before making a purchase,” he added.

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Organic Food Market Trends, Size, Growth Prospects and Forecast 2029 https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-food-market-trends-size-growth-prospects-and-forecast-2029/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 06:07:08 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-food-market-trends-size-growth-prospects-and-forecast-2029/ Fortune Business Insights Companies covered in Organic Foods Market are General Mills, White Wave Foods Company, Dean Foods Company, United Natural Foods, Inc., The Kroger Co., Inc., Whole Foods Market, Inc., The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. ., Clif Bar & Company, Dole Food Company, Inc., Amy’s Kitchen, Inc., Organic Valley and others. Pune, India, 06 […]]]>

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Companies covered in Organic Foods Market are General Mills, White Wave Foods Company, Dean Foods Company, United Natural Foods, Inc., The Kroger Co., Inc., Whole Foods Market, Inc., The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. ., Clif Bar & Company, Dole Food Company, Inc., Amy’s Kitchen, Inc., Organic Valley and others.

Pune, India, 06 Jul. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world organic food market is likely to derive growth from recent advances in organic food and delivery. According to a Fortune Business Insights report, titled “Organic Food Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis & Regional Forecast, 2022-2029“The market will derive its growth from the growing demand for organic foods across the world.

The growing awareness regarding the consumption of healthy food has emerged in favor of the growth of the global organic food market. In addition to healthy foods, organic foods contain no chemicals and have several advantages over regular foods. The inclination towards healthy products, combined with the consumer preference for organic foods, will contribute to the growth of the global market.

Get a sample PDF brochure:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/organic-foods-market-101470

The list of major companies operating in the global organic food market are as follows:

  • General Mills

  • WhiteWave Food Company

  • Dean Foods Company

  • United Natural Foods, Inc.

  • The Kroger Co., Inc.

  • Whole Foods Market, Inc.

  • The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.

  • Clif Bar & Company

  • Dole Food Company, Inc.

  • Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.

  • Organic Valley

Report Scope and Segmentation:

Report attribute

Details

base year

2021

Historical year

2018 – 2020

forecast year

2022 – 2029

Segments Covered

By end use , By distribution channel , By geography

Forecast units

Value (USD billion) and volume (units)

Quantitative units

Revenue in USD Million/Billion and CAGR from 2020 to 2029

Regions covered

North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Latin America and Rest of the World

Countries covered

United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, GCC countries and South Africa, among others

Number of companies covered

General Mills, White Wave Foods Company, Dean Foods Company, United Natural Foods, Inc., The Kroger Co., Inc., Whole Foods Market, Inc., The Hain Celestial Group, Inc., Clif Bar & Company, Dole Food Company , Inc., Amy’s Kitchen, Inc., Organic Valley and others.

Organic food market coverage

Market Growth Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, PEST Analysis, Value Chain Analysis, Regulatory Landscape, Market Attractiveness Analysis by Segments & Region, Market Share Analysis business and analysis of the impact of COVID-19.

Find out before you buy this research report:

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Rising disposable income in developing countries, changing lifestyles and demand for quality foods have all contributed to a further increase in the demand and adoption of organic foods around the world. According to the Organic Trade Association, overall organic food sales in the United States grew at a CAGR of 8.81% during the period from 2013 to 2018. Such an impressive growth rate indicates that this market will grow to an impressive pace in the years to come. years.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the global organic food market. The report encompasses several factors that have contributed to the growth of the market in recent years. Additionally, the report highlights some of the factors that have been restraining the growth of the market. The report provides in detail a brief summary of the major companies operating in the market and labels the major companies that have generated respectable revenue in the organic food market over the past few years.

The report provides a detailed analysis of several factors that contributed to the growth of the global organic food market. In an effort to expand on the global stage, companies are adopting new market strategies such as R&D initiatives, corporate collaborations and buyouts. The report summarizes the impact of these factors on market growth. In February 2019, Dole Food Company Inc. launched a joint venture with Organic Valley for the distribution of organic foods.

This collaboration will not only help these companies to generate adequate revenue in the organic food market, but will also contribute to the growth of the market. Similarly, Dole Food has partnered with Safeway Fresh Foods LLC to expand its product portfolio. These mergers and acquisitions will influence the growth of the global organic food market in the coming years.

North America will dominate the global market

The growing popularity of organic food and beverages will drive the growth of the organic food market in North America. Growing awareness of the health benefits of organic foods will contribute to the growing demand for organic foods in several North American countries. According to the Organic Trade Organization, the United States is the largest market for the import and export of organic foods.

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Market segmentation :

By raw material/product

  • Fruits and vegetables

  • Cereals and grains

  • Dairy products

  • Others

By end use

By distribution channel

  • Direct market

  • Processing industry

Browse Detailed Abstract of Research Report with TOC:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/organic-foods-market-101470

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Organic Food Market Trends, Size, Growth Prospects and https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-food-market-trends-size-growth-prospects-and/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-food-market-trends-size-growth-prospects-and/ Pune, India, 06 Jul. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world organic food market is likely to derive growth from recent advances in organic food and delivery. According to a Fortune Business Insights report, titled “Organic Food Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis & Regional Forecast, 2022-2029“The market will derive its growth from the growing demand […]]]>

Pune, India, 06 Jul. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world organic food market is likely to derive growth from recent advances in organic food and delivery. According to a Fortune Business Insights report, titled “Organic Food Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis & Regional Forecast, 2022-2029“The market will derive its growth from the growing demand for organic foods across the world.

The growing awareness regarding the consumption of healthy food has emerged in favor of the growth of the global organic food market. In addition to healthy foods, organic foods contain no chemicals and have several advantages over regular foods. The inclination towards healthy products, combined with the consumer preference for organic foods, will contribute to the growth of the global market.

Get a sample PDF brochure:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/organic-foods-market-101470

The list of major companies operating in the global organic food market are as follows:

  • General Mills
  • WhiteWave Food Company
  • Dean Foods Company
  • United Natural Foods, Inc.
  • The Kroger Co., Inc.
  • Whole Foods Market, Inc.
  • The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.
  • Clif Bar & Company
  • Dole Food Company, Inc.
  • Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.
  • Organic Valley

Report Scope and Segmentation:

Report attribute Details
base year 2021
Historical year 2018 – 2020
forecast year 2022 – 2029
Segments Covered By end use , By distribution channel , By geography
Forecast units Value (USD billion) and volume (units)
Quantitative units Revenue in USD Million/Billion and CAGR from 2020 to 2029
Regions covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Latin America and Rest of the World
Countries covered United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, GCC countries and South Africa, among others
Number of companies covered General Mills, White Wave Foods Company, Dean Foods Company, United Natural Foods, Inc., The Kroger Co., Inc., Whole Foods Market, Inc., The Hain Celestial Group, Inc., Clif Bar & Company, Dole Food Company , Inc., Amy’s Kitchen, Inc., Organic Valley and others.
Organic food market coverage Market Growth Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, PEST Analysis, Value Chain Analysis, Regulatory Landscape, Market Attractiveness Analysis by Segments & Region, Market Share Analysis business and analysis of the impact of COVID-19.

Find out before you buy this research report:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/queries/organic-foods-market-101470

Rising disposable income in developing countries, changing lifestyles and demand for quality foods have all contributed to a further increase in the demand and adoption of organic foods around the world. According to the Organic Trade Association, overall organic food sales in the United States grew at a CAGR of 8.81% during the period from 2013 to 2018. Such an impressive growth rate indicates that this market will grow to an impressive pace in the years to come. years.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the global organic food market. The report encompasses several factors that have contributed to the growth of the market in recent years. Additionally, the report highlights some of the factors that have been restraining the growth of the market. The report provides in detail a brief summary of the major companies operating in the market and labels the major companies that have generated respectable revenue in the organic food market over the past few years.

The report provides a detailed analysis of several factors that contributed to the growth of the global organic food market. In an effort to expand on the global stage, companies are adopting new market strategies such as R&D initiatives, corporate collaborations and buyouts. The report summarizes the impact of these factors on market growth. In February 2019, Dole Food Company Inc. launched a joint venture with Organic Valley for the distribution of organic foods.

This collaboration will not only help these companies to generate adequate revenue in the organic food market, but will also contribute to the growth of the market. Similarly, Dole Food has partnered with Safeway Fresh Foods LLC to expand its product portfolio. These mergers and acquisitions will influence the growth of the global organic food market in the coming years.

North America will dominate the global market

The growing popularity of organic food and beverages will drive the growth of the organic food market in North America. Growing awareness of the health benefits of organic foods will contribute to the growing demand for organic foods in several North American countries. According to the Organic Trade Organization, the United States is the largest market for the import and export of organic foods.

Get your personalized research report:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/customization/organic-foods-market-101470

Market segmentation :

By raw material/product

  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Cereals and grains
  • Dairy products
  • Others

By end use

  • Bakery & Confectionery
  • Ready-to-eat food products
  • Breakfast cereals
  • Processing industry
  • Others

By distribution channel

  • Direct market
  • Processing industry

Browse Detailed Abstract of Research Report with TOC:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/organic-foods-market-101470

Read related information:

Organic Acids Market Industry Size, Share, Forecast 2029

Organic Baby Food Market Size, Share and Growth Report [2028]

Organic bakery products market Industry Size, Share, Forecast 2029

About Us:

Fortune Business Insight™ provides accurate data and innovative business analysis, helping organizations of all sizes make the right decisions. We tailor innovative solutions to our clients, helping them address a variety of challenges unique to their businesses. Our goal is to provide them with global market intelligence, providing them with a granular overview of the market in which they operate.

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Maharashtra, India.

Call:

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Organic Food Market Trends, Size, Growth Prospects and https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-food-market-trends-size-growth-prospects-and-2/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-food-market-trends-size-growth-prospects-and-2/ Pune, India, 06 Jul. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world organic food market is likely to derive growth from recent advances in organic food and delivery. According to a Fortune Business Insights report, titled “Organic Food Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis & Regional Forecast, 2022-2029“The market will derive its growth from the growing demand […]]]>

Pune, India, 06 Jul. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world organic food market is likely to derive growth from recent advances in organic food and delivery. According to a Fortune Business Insights report, titled “Organic Food Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis & Regional Forecast, 2022-2029“The market will derive its growth from the growing demand for organic foods across the world.

The growing awareness regarding the consumption of healthy food has emerged in favor of the growth of the global organic food market. In addition to healthy foods, organic foods contain no chemicals and have several advantages over regular foods. The inclination towards healthy products, combined with the consumer preference for organic foods, will contribute to the growth of the global market.

Get a sample PDF brochure:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/organic-foods-market-101470

The list of major companies operating in the global organic food market are as follows:

  • General Mills
  • WhiteWave Food Company
  • Dean Foods Company
  • United Natural Foods, Inc.
  • The Kroger Co., Inc.
  • Whole Foods Market, Inc.
  • The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.
  • Clif Bar & Company
  • Dole Food Company, Inc.
  • Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.
  • Organic Valley

Report Scope and Segmentation:

Report attribute Details
Year of reference 2021
Historical year 2018 – 2020
forecast year 2022 – 2029
Segments Covered By end use , By distribution channel , By geography
Forecast units Value (USD billion) and volume (units)
Quantitative units Revenue in USD Million/Billion and CAGR from 2020 to 2029
Regions covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Latin America and Rest of the World
Countries covered United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, GCC countries and South Africa, among others
Number of companies covered General Mills, White Wave Foods Company, Dean Foods Company, United Natural Foods, Inc., The Kroger Co., Inc., Whole Foods Market, Inc., The Hain Celestial Group, Inc., Clif Bar & Company, Dole Food Company , Inc., Amy’s Kitchen, Inc., Organic Valley and others.
Organic food market coverage Market Growth Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, PEST Analysis, Value Chain Analysis, Regulatory Landscape, Market Attractiveness Analysis by Segments & Region, Market Share Analysis business and analysis of the impact of COVID-19.

Find out before you buy this research report:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/queries/organic-foods-market-101470

Rising disposable income in developing countries, changing lifestyles and demand for quality foods have all contributed to a further increase in the demand and adoption of organic foods around the world. According to the Organic Trade Association, overall organic food sales in the United States grew at a CAGR of 8.81% during the period from 2013 to 2018. Such an impressive growth rate indicates that this market will grow to an impressive pace in the years to come. years.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the global organic food market. The report encompasses several factors that have contributed to the growth of the market in recent years. Additionally, the report highlights some of the factors that have been restraining the growth of the market. The report provides in detail a brief summary of the major companies operating in the market and labels the major companies that have generated respectable revenue in the organic food market over the past few years.

The report provides a detailed analysis of several factors that contributed to the growth of the global organic food market. In an effort to expand on the global stage, companies are adopting new market strategies such as R&D initiatives, corporate collaborations and buyouts. The report summarizes the impact of these factors on market growth. In February 2019, Dole Food Company Inc. launched a joint venture with Organic Valley for the distribution of organic foods.

This collaboration will not only help these companies to generate adequate revenue in the organic food market, but will also contribute to the growth of the market. Similarly, Dole Food has partnered with Safeway Fresh Foods LLC to expand its product portfolio. These mergers and acquisitions will influence the growth of the global organic food market in the coming years.

North America will dominate the global market

The growing popularity of organic food and beverages will drive the growth of the organic food market in North America. Growing awareness of the health benefits of organic foods will contribute to the growing demand for organic foods in several North American countries. According to the Organic Trade Organization, the United States is the largest market for the import and export of organic foods.

Get your personalized research report:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/customization/organic-foods-market-101470

Market segmentation :

By raw material/product

  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Cereals and grains
  • Dairy products
  • Others

By end use

  • Bakery & Confectionery
  • Ready-to-eat food products
  • Breakfast cereals
  • Processing industry
  • Others

By distribution channel

  • Direct market
  • Processing industry

Browse Detailed Abstract of Research Report with TOC:

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/organic-foods-market-101470

Read related information:

Organic Acids Market Industry Size, Share, Forecast 2029

Organic Baby Food Market Size, Share and Growth Report [2028]

Organic bakery products market Industry Size, Share, Forecast 2029

About Us:

Fortune Business Insight™ provides accurate data and innovative business analysis, helping organizations of all sizes make the right decisions. We tailor innovative solutions to our clients, helping them address a variety of challenges unique to their businesses. Our goal is to give them holistic market intelligence, providing them with granular insight into the market they operate in.

Address:

Fortune Business Insights Pvt. Ltd.9th Floor, Icon Tower, Baner –

Mahalunge Street, Baner, Pune-411045,

Maharashtra, India.

Call:

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Health Benefits of Eating All-Natural and Organic Foods https://www.sari-organik.com/health-benefits-of-eating-all-natural-and-organic-foods/ Mon, 04 Jul 2022 11:35:00 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/health-benefits-of-eating-all-natural-and-organic-foods/ Eating organic foods and maintaining a nutritious diet are key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Although some prefer non-organic products because they are cheaper, switching to all-natural and organic foods may prove more cost-effective in the long run given their health benefits. Antibiotic resistance The use of antibiotics is prohibited in organic farming but remains […]]]>

Eating organic foods and maintaining a nutritious diet are key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Although some prefer non-organic products because they are cheaper, switching to all-natural and organic foods may prove more cost-effective in the long run given their health benefits.

Antibiotic resistance

The use of antibiotics is prohibited in organic farming but remains common in conventional farming.

The use of antibiotics in agricultural settings can contribute to the development of antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria that can be transmitted to humans.

Improved heart condition

Leafy green vegetables, whole grains and fruits grown organically and without the use of harmful chemicals and fertilizers have a high potential to keep an individual’s heart healthy.

Organic foods boost the immune system because you get the full value of vitamins and minerals minus the foreign chemicals.

Lower levels of toxic chemicals

A University of California study found that eating organic food for just one week can significantly reduce pesticide levels in the body. The researchers found that toxin levels dropped by an average of 60.5% after six days of eating organic food.

Pesticide exposure has been linked to many adverse health effects, including asthma, infertility, hormonal imbalances, autoimmune disorders, and impaired cognitive development.

That’s why Basics and Organic strives to provide all-natural, organic food products to everyone. Products include frozen meat, grains and condiments with no added preservatives, no chemical reactions and no herbicides, germicides and pesticides.

All products have their own certification from each manufacturer and supplier and are labeled as USDA certified. Basics and Organic also classifies its coffee, maple syrup and ketchup as pure and 100% organic.

For more information, visit @basicsandorganic on Facebook and @basicsandorganicph on Instagram or email basicsandorganic@gmail.com

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Celebrating healthy organic foods | Local News https://www.sari-organik.com/celebrating-healthy-organic-foods-local-news/ Thu, 30 Jun 2022 13:13:54 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/celebrating-healthy-organic-foods-local-news/ Five years ago, Jackie Morgan, who runs the public school lunch program, met a man who had started an organization to bring Grow Racks to schools. Tony Bard started a company called EvanLEE Organics after his daughter, Evan Lee, died in a car accident. Grow Racks are patented, providing healthy choices and teachable moments. Morgan […]]]>

Five years ago, Jackie Morgan, who runs the public school lunch program, met a man who had started an organization to bring Grow Racks to schools.

Tony Bard started a company called EvanLEE Organics after his daughter, Evan Lee, died in a car accident. Grow Racks are patented, providing healthy choices and teachable moments.

Morgan was able to expand the use of the plateaus which offer school-by-school greenhouses. Next year they will be in all public schools thanks to a state subsidy.

Recently at Milton High School, students from the ACHIEVE program brought their grow tubs to the MHS cafeteria to show off what they’re up to and share herbs from their garden. ACHIEVE is for students with disabilities.

A few of the students who had worked on the sets graduated just before the show and story session.

Students in attendance at the June 14 event were Aidan Cheverie, Sa’nya Roache, Keanu Hiciano, Sophie D’Alessandro, Emma Rush and Emily Walsh.

The personnel involved include Natalie Perez, Meghan Medeiros, Nicole Allen, Grace Marinelli and Christine Martinelli.

Aidan took the initiative to explain the project and help the other students prepare the harvest of cilantro (his favorite), lettuce (he likes red leafy plants), basil, arugula and kale .

After planting, it takes three to four weeks to grow a first crop, but the same plants can give a second and third crop seven to 10 days after being cut.

Once the herbs are ready to harvest, the product is used in school canteens. Cilantro goes into the bar of garnishes, lettuce and arugula are used in salads, basil is added to soups, salads and pesto, and then there are kale chips.

All from organic farming. This year, the Grow Racks are at Pierce and Tucker High School, where the 3rd graders are caring. The 3rd year pupils of Collicot and Cunningham will discover the program this fall during the installation of the new supports.

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5 key tips when buying organic food https://www.sari-organik.com/5-key-tips-when-buying-organic-food/ Thu, 30 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/5-key-tips-when-buying-organic-food/ Renee Myers, nutritionist, gives a presentation at Humana’s Neighborhood Center. By Jill Davis, MS, CWPM, human health educator Organic foods can cause a bit of a dilemma when shopping. On one side of the aisle you have a conventional apple, and on the other side you have an organic apple. Both options are firm, shiny […]]]>

Renee Myers, nutritionist, gives a presentation at Humana’s Neighborhood Center.

By Jill Davis, MS, CWPM, human health educator

Organic foods can cause a bit of a dilemma when shopping. On one side of the aisle you have a conventional apple, and on the other side you have an organic apple. Both options are firm, shiny and red. Which apple would you choose?

To help you make your decision, you need to have a clear understanding of what “organic” means. It was a topic of discussion during a recent health and wellness class offered at the Humana Neighborhood Center in Winston-Salem.

According to the Mayo Clinic, “organic” refers to how farmers grow and process fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy and meat. In the United States, organic crops must be grown without the use of synthetic (artificial) pesticides, bioengineered (GMO) genes, petroleum-based fertilizers, and sewage sludge-based fertilizers .

To help you be a smarter buyer, here are the five tips shared during the class:

*Avoid the Dirty Dozen™: Some fruits and vegetables, such as strawberries, spinach, kale, nectarines, apples, grapes, peaches, cherries, pears, tomatoes, celery and potatoes, contain residues high in pesticides, even after being thoroughly washed or peeled.

*Look for Clean Fifteen™: Some fruits and vegetables contain little or no pesticide residues, such as avocados, sweet corn, pineapples, frozen sugar snap peas, onions, papayas, eggplant, asparagus, kiwi fruit, cabbage, cabbage. flowers, cantaloupes, broccoli, mushrooms and honeydew.

*Do not neglect dairy products: When it comes to dairy products, including eggs, a key part of organic farming is that livestock raised for these products must have access to the outdoors and eat organic feed. Additionally, these animals cannot receive antibiotics, growth hormones or animal by-products. The same goes for organic meat, so when reading labels, keep an eye out for terms like free-range, cage-free, or grass-fed.

*Look at the label: The USDA oversees an organic certification program that requires all organic foods to meet strict government standards for how organic foods are grown, handled, and processed. For a food manufacturer to label a food as “organic,” the product must be USDA certified, which allows the manufacturer to display an official USDA organic seal. Don’t be confused if you see the word ‘natural’ – the term does not refer to how the food’s ingredients have been grown, but rather means that the food does not contain any colorings, flavorings or artificial preservatives.

*Buy on a budget: If you want to buy organic but need to watch your wallet, try to buy what’s in season and shop around. For example, supermarkets carry their own brands of organic stores and, depending on where you live, local farmers’ markets can be a convenient place to get organic produce. You can also consider a food cooperative or community-supported agriculture (CSA), where you pay a fee or buy a share of a farm’s harvest and get fresh produce in return each week during the growing season.

For information on upcoming health and wellness classes offered at the Humana Neighborhood Center in Winston-Salem, call 336-293-0122 or visit the center located at 1045 Hanes Mall Blvd. at Winston-Salem for a free monthly calendar of events open to the public.

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Organic Foods and Café retrofits Dubai store with Honeywell Solstice N40 low-global-warming-potential refrigerant https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-foods-and-cafe-retrofits-dubai-store-with-honeywell-solstice-n40-low-global-warming-potential-refrigerant/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/organic-foods-and-cafe-retrofits-dubai-store-with-honeywell-solstice-n40-low-global-warming-potential-refrigerant/ DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – Honeywell today announced that Organic Foods and Café, a food retailer based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has adopted Solstice® N40 (R-448A) refrigerant to retrofit one of its its Dubai stores currently using R-22. Organic Foods and Café plans to continue upgrading stores across the UAE with Solstice N40 […]]]>

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – Honeywell today announced that Organic Foods and Café, a food retailer based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has adopted Solstice® N40 (R-448A) refrigerant to retrofit one of its its Dubai stores currently using R-22. Organic Foods and Café plans to continue upgrading stores across the UAE with Solstice N40 to prioritize sustainability and support environmental, social and governance goals (ESG) of their company.

Based on hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) technology, Solstice N40 has become the most widely adopted low-global-warming-potential (LGWP) non-flammable refrigerant by the supermarket industry to replace legacy hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) refrigerants such as R- 22 and other hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) variants.

Since its release in 2015, there have been over 60,000 installations of Solstice N40 worldwide, supporting compliance with current and proposed regulations, including the internationally adopted Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, with the aim to reduce the use of ozone-depleting HCFCs and high-GWP HFCs. Solstice N40 is easy to implement, requiring minimal modifications to existing systems, offers approximately 68% lower GWP than existing HFC refrigerants, and enables up to 15% lower energy consumption , thereby reducing carbon emissions.

“Solstice N40 is the practical and economical choice for supporting sustainable operations while reducing energy costs,” said Nils El Accad, CEO of Organic Foods and Café. “This green solution, combined with technical support from the Honeywell team, has allowed us to easily upgrade our Dubai store while meeting existing and proposed Middle East market requirements, which benefits the environment and to the economy.”

“Solstice N40 is already a top choice for supermarkets around the world and its growing adoption in the region is a sign of growing awareness and action on global warming as customers move away from traditional refrigerants such as R-22,” said George Bou Mitri, Vice President. and Managing Director of Performance Materials and Technologies for the Middle East at Honeywell. “Shifting to this immediate, green and longer-term solution will not only contribute to Organic Foods and Café’s sustainable practices, but will also help accelerate the industry’s conversion to alternatives that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. tight.

Based in Dubai and founded in 2004, Organic Foods and Café is a family business with organic supermarkets and cafes selling fresh, organic and biodynamic foods, groceries, supplements, meat, dairy, bread and household cleaning products.

Honeywell is a world leader in the development, manufacture and supply of refrigerants sold worldwide under the Solstice® and Genetron® brand names. They are used for a wide range of applications, including refrigeration and air conditioning for buildings and automobiles, heating and cooling by heat pumps and chillers in heating networks, industry and buildings.

Honeywell and its suppliers have completed a billion dollar investment program in research, development and new capacity for Honeywell’s hydrofluoroolefin technology. Global adoption of Solstice products has avoided the potential release of more than 260 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, equivalent to eliminating potential emissions from more than 56 million cars for one year.

Honeywell is committed to achieving carbon neutrality in its operations and facilities by 2035 and recently announced a new set of commitments that advance its sustainability goals, including a science-based goal with the Science Based initiative Targets (SBTi) which includes Scope 3 emissions and participation in the US Department of Energy’s Better Climate Challenge. The company also supports the Paris Climate Agreement. These efforts build on the company’s track record of drastically reducing the greenhouse gas intensity of its operations and facilities, as well as its decades of innovation to help its customers achieve their environmental and social objectives. Approximately half of Honeywell’s investment in new product introduction research and development is directed toward products that improve environmental and social outcomes for customers.

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About Honeywell

Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 technology company providing industry-specific solutions including aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help planes, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer and more sustainable. For more news and information about Honeywell, visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.

Global media contact:
Stephanie Agresti
stephanie.agresti@honeywell.com

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The History and Mystery of Organic Foods https://www.sari-organik.com/the-history-and-mystery-of-organic-foods/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://www.sari-organik.com/the-history-and-mystery-of-organic-foods/ A brief history of the organic movement When used by a chemist, organic refers to chemical compounds with carbon-carbon or carbon-hydrogen bonds. One of the simplest organic compounds is methane, which is made up of one carbon bonded to 4 hydrogen atoms. On the other hand, a biologist would use the word to describe something […]]]>

A brief history of the organic movement

When used by a chemist, organic refers to chemical compounds with carbon-carbon or carbon-hydrogen bonds. One of the simplest organic compounds is methane, which is made up of one carbon bonded to 4 hydrogen atoms. On the other hand, a biologist would use the word to describe something derived from or having properties of living organisms: “Fish, poultry, and amphibians are organic life forms in a wetland environment.”

Organic farming took on additional meaning in 1940 when a nobleman, Lord Northbourne, coined the term ‘organic farming’. Due to the industrialization of agriculture in the early 1900s, a small group of farmers in Europe, Australia and the United States began to oppose synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. They formed associations such as Demeter International in Germany, a group that promoted “biodynamic farming”, a holistic approach to farming covered with mystical and spiritual components. In 1972, several like-minded organizations came together to form the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM).

IFOAM’s stated mission was “the worldwide adoption of ecologically, socially and economically sound systems, based on the ‘principles of organic agriculture’. Today, the common usage of organic has been extended to mean ‘healthy or “close to nature”. It is also widely accepted that organic describes food grown without pesticides or artificial fertilizers. However, according to US NOP guidelines, this is not always true because several synthetic materials are available for be used as pesticides in special circumstances.

American NOP Standards

While the IFOAM principles are overriding, lofty, and conceptual, the American NOP standards are specific, pragmatic, and down-to-earth. Unlike IFOAM, NOP makes no claims for human health. There are no spiritual benefits, mystical ties to the land, or mentions of fairness or fairness to workers in the NOP standards. It’s a marketing program, pure and simple.

American agriculture was in crisis in the 1980s, with thousands of farmers facing bankruptcy. The organic category was created to provide new markets for farmers and growers, especially where traditional crops such as tobacco, soybeans and wheat have lost their subsidies and faced eroding markets. AMS understood the demands of the modern consumer and pivoted to give them what they wanted: AN ORGANIC LABEL.

“Organic is a labeling term which indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced by approved methods. Organic standards describe the specific requirements that a USDA-accredited certifying agent must verify before products can be labeled as USDA organic”.

NOP standards [emphasis added]

A group of advisors meets twice a year to determine what is organic and what is not. The NOP website then lists standards for crops, livestock, poultry, and the handling of different ingredients.

A row hard to hoe

Obtaining USDA organic certification is time-consuming and expensive for agricultural producers. Some specific requirements seem arbitrary, based more on speculation than science. Some approved organic methods are still in the discovery phase, so we will have to wait and see if they are more sustainable than chemical pesticides or GMOs. There is constant change in program standards depending on who sits on the NOP Advisory Board.

Dairy producers have a mandatory one-year transition period to transition their cows to organic production. Farmers growing crops must wait three years and document that the land has not used banned substances such as certain pesticides or fertilizers during that time. This poses great challenges for farmers who want to make the transition but have little or no income until they are certified.

Some standards are difficult, if not impossible, to achieve. For example, breeders must feed their animals 100% organic ingredients – GMO free. In 2006, 61% of corn and 89% of soybeans planted in the United States were GMOs. If livestock producers find a non-GMO feed source, they pay through the nose to buy it.

In addition, farmers must prevent the mixing of organic products with non-organic products; most organic certifiers have a limit between 0.1 and 0.9% upper level of cross-contamination with GMO ingredients. This means that farmers must find separate and dedicated storage, handling and transport equipment for exclusively organic products. This adds expense not only to farmers, but throughout the supply chain and ultimately to you, the consumer.

If you didn’t write it, it didn’t happen.

Did I mention the paperwork? The US government administers the NOP, so many forms are needed for documentation. Here is a comment from an organic producer in 2019 on a USDA publication on organic certification:

“I have never seen so much arbitrary nonsense in my life as getting an organic certification. Filling in page after page of paperwork on how to follow some arbitrary rules creates no value and wastes a lot of time, which we , farmers, could use to make organic food.

Another farmer said the forms took 89 hours to complete. According to the USDA’s Sound and Sensible Initiative, the NOP will make available 75 fact sheets, 16 training presentations, and 15 videos to explain the certification process and standards compliance. Why so much? It is complicated. Here is the Code of Federal Regulations for permitted and prohibited substances in organic agriculture and record keeping guidelines for pesticide use.

More and more farmers are willing to go through cumbersome steps, inspections and certifications to get a premium price for their specialty crops, milk and meats. Organic foods enjoy a price increase of 30 to 60% compared to foods from traditional agriculture. Given the increased regulatory burden, we should expect organic foods to cost more. But do we want our farmers to fill out forms, follow untested methods, spend more on equipment, or…..work as stewards of the land?

Sources: USDA Agricultural Marketing Service – About Organic Standards

Code of Federal Regulations – Organic Substances and Handling

USDA Agricultural Marketing Service – Organic Regulations

Public domain image of methane on Wikipedia

FDA Biological Seal in the Public Domain at Wikipedia

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