Month : September 2013

Nature’s complete ‘superfood’ 24th September, 2013

This is what I ate for breakfast this morning… and I just had to tell you about it! A delicious concoction of quinoa, goji berries, bee pollen and chia seeds. Chia has been hailed as nature’s complete ‘superfood’ because it offers amazing nutritional benefits. Much of our modern diet lacks omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fibre, protein and antioxidants — chia contains the richest combined source of these nutrients and therefore

Taking advantage of the organic supply chain 12th September, 2013

Sometimes in a small industry everyone knows everyone. While that helps networking to some extent in the organics, it only goes so far in an industry that trades in so many different commodoties. Louise FitzRoy explores how technology, partnerships and value-adding can better connect you into the organic supply chain. How can you break into the organic supply chain?

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