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OF&G reaches new heights – Everest, to be exact

Okay, must clarify the headline. No-one from here has actually been to the top of Everest. Maybe one or two have conquered The Wrekin or the Long Mynd and our Certification Manager, Steve, spends many a weekend tramping around very tall parts of the country – but I digress. What is exciting is, as far […]

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Guide flying off the virtual shelf

Just a brief update to note that downloads of our Guide to Organic Certification: Food Processing stand at exactly 400 at the time of writing. That’s quite a neat milestone, don’t you think? In addition to that we’ve sent copies of the printed (and satisfyingly heavyweight) version all over the UK and around the world. […]

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In-conversion labeling a good idea?

Interesting debate may be on the cards following the publication by the journal Food Policy (via FoodNavigator.com) of research into whether the public would accept food labelled as being “in-conversion” to organic. It’s easy to see people coming down firmly on each side of the fence on this issue. We’d be fascinated to hear your […]

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Why organic? Ask the cats…

If we were being frank, we’d have to confess that when asked for a definition of organic food, any one of our team would be likely to get bogged down in explanations and caveats. We’re just too immersed in the inspection and licensing process that we have to remember to take a step back sometimes. […]

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