Why we don't certify all of our products as organic - Explained | Honest to Goodness

Why aren't all of your products certified organic?

Our primary aim is to offer quality organic products, wherever possible. However, sometimes we are simply not able to source or supply certain products. 

Reasons vary, such as supply and demand, environmental factors and seasonal availability, or high prices.

Many of our customer’s request Australian products and prefer this over organic, imported products. We also love to support Australian businesses and suppliers. Depending on availability, we offer an Australian option and an organic option if the quality and demand is high. 

We are always searching for accessible and consistent suppliers of organic food.  If you are interested in only purchasing Certified Organic goods, you can use the filter in our online store to view just our organic products. 

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