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Canadians beelieve in Organic!

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Ontario’s declining bee populations have dominated the headlines in Canadian Agriculture and Health news. A new poll showed that 87% of the 1000 surveyed Ontarians were concerned about the harmful effects of neonics toward insects, birds and the surrounding environment. Additionally, 92% of participants want government action to protect pollinators. Neonicotinoids are used in Canada […]
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Sneak Peek: Toxin Toxout

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What do you do to avoid harmful chemicals? Organic Week has a special sneak peek of the recently published: Toxin Toxout: Getting Harmful Chemicals Out of Our Bodies and Our World. Written by environmentalists Bruce Lourie and Rick Smith, Toxin Toxout is about providing you with simple ways of reducing your toxic burden. See the […]
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A Family Tradition

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Written by Julia Bustos. Organic Week was founded on the basic ideal of organic agriculture: doing overall good for health and the environment. In this day and age, with sustainability and traceability playing bigger parts in our food discourse, Organic Week’s goal has been to inform a wider audience on the benefits of organic production. […]
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Think Before You Eat

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During this year’s Organic Week, we are urging everyone to Think Before You Eat – in fact, we’re launching a bold Think campaign that will carry this message all year round.   It’s a call to action for consumers, farmers, food manufacturers, retailers, chefs, communities—everyone and anyone who deals with food.  And who doesn’t want to ‘think’, especially when […]
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Spot Canada Organic

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Spot Canada Organic When you spot the Canada Organic Biologique logo, you know a product has been certified by an official certification body that has been accredited by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Canada’s organic product regulations apply to food and drink for human consumption, livestock feed, seeds and plants. In order to be certified, every organic […]
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