Organics in Port Hedland

at Perth, Perth, 6000 Australia


Organics in Port Hedland
Perth
Perth , WA 6000
Australia
Contact Phone
P: 0439 097 598
Website
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Last day of National Organic Week. Why Go Organic cont. Reasons 15 to 20. 15. Virtually eliminate dietary exposures to insecticides known to be developmental neurotoxins. Findings were reported in two University of Washington studies involving school-age children (Lu, et al., 2006). 16. Reduce unwanted interference by many pesticides with our sex hormones. This in turn should reduce the prevalence of erectile dysfunction, the number of people suffering from loss of sexual drive and a host of estrogen-related health problems (EXTOXNET). 17. Give infants the nutrient building blocks they need for a healthy future. Ninety per cent of dairy and meat products from organic sources have been shown to increase levels of healthy fatty acids in breastmilk (British Journal of Nutrition, 2007). 18. Reduce the risk of infants’ exposure to pesticides. A 1995 Victorian study of breastmilk found that infants are regularly exposed to several pesticides at levels greater than the ‘acceptable daily intake’ (Quinsey, et al., 1995). 19. Reduce the risk of cancer. On average organic foods contain about one-third more cancer-fighting antioxidants than comparable conventional produce (Benbrook, 2005). 20. Eat the best-tasting food. Many Australians who consume organic products every day do so because they believe that organic tastes best.

Published on 2013-10-13 10:19:27 GMT

Why Go Organic? cont. Reasons 5,6,7 5. Eliminate use of growth hormones, antibiotics and genetically engineered drugs and feeds in livestock. In Australia there remain 12 antibiotics that can be used as growth promoters. More than 500 000kg of antibiotics were used each year in the 1990s. Resistant bacteria such as Vancomycin- resistant enterococci (VRE) are known to spread via the food chain (Collignon, 2003). 6. Ensure humane treatment of animals. Scientific evidence indicates that practices such as battery hen farming, and the use of sow stalls, inflict continuous intense suffering on animals throughout their confinement leading to acute physical and behavioural problems (RSPCA). Organic livestock is grown in a way that conforms to natural processes of growth and development. 7. Reduce landfill, which has greenhouse consequences. Composting and recycling of nutrients is a major feature of organic farming systems, which, in Australia, recycle hundreds of thousands of tonnes of putrescible industrial and other waste each year. Still 8.4 million tonnes (40 per cent) of the total waste stream consists of compostable organic material (1998/99 EPA Landfill Levy Data). See our National Organic Week Specials to celebrate: http://m.perthorganics.vpweb.com.au/Specials.html

Published on 2013-10-09 01:46:31 GMT

National Organic Week. Why Go Organic: Reason 3. Increase the resilience of farms during drought. In the wake of the 2002/2003 drought 100 000 agricultural sector jobs were lost (Australian Government, 2004). Organic farms have a greater resilience in times of drought. A 21-year trial showed that organic crops saw a margin of 38–196 per cent greater yield than comparable conventional crops (AJAA, 2003). Reason 4. Increase biodiversity and save disappearing native animal habitats. For decades scientists worldwide have carried out studies with the clear conclusion that organic farming significantly supports biodiversity (Soil Association). See our website for Specials to celebrate National Organic Week: http://m.perthorganics.vpweb.com.au/Specials.html

Published on 2013-10-07 11:40:57 GMT

Hello People in Port Hedland, We are looking for another business to host boxes as Rover's Kitchen is unavailable each week due to football season finishing. We have paused deliveries for the moment, so ask around work places or businesses to see if they can be a delivery point. Call Lisa on 0439097584 if you can assist. Many thanks.

Published on 2013-10-01 14:56:47 GMT

Orders need to be in by Monday night for Friday arrival. We need a minimum of 7 orders to cover freight costs. Thanks, Lisa. www.perthorganics.com

Published on 2013-07-08 08:49:44 GMT

Orders by 8pm Monday for pick up Friday. Rover's kitchen (Las Patronas Mexicana) is not open Saturday so it needs to be picked up By Friday evening. Upstairs at the football club. Thank you