Conventional and organic farming methods have different consequences for the environment and people. Conventional farming prioritizes yield and profit, while organic farming promotes sustainability and biodiversity. Both have advantages and disadvantages.

Conventional foods are mass-produced with synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Organic foods are grown without these chemicals, using crop rotation and natural fertilizers. While organic farming may be better for the environment and potentially your health, it can also be more expensive and may not always be feasible for all farmers. Consumers should weigh the benefits and ethics of each before making choices.

In our range you will find both options as we respect your right to choose.  Make your selection on our site and do not hesitate to ask us for more information.