17 Aug 2010
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This year The Soil Association’s Organic Fortnight is set to raise awareness of the benefits of choosing organic produce. The aims are to dispel the idea that organic food is expensive and elitist and the fortnight’s theme this year is ‘Choose Organic Everyday’
Running from 3–17 September this year, the campaign is hoping to let people know that organic food and produce is an accessible, everyday choice and not always more expensive. They are aiming to highlight that it is good for your personal well-being and that of the planet. It is also an option that is kind to animals and wildlife and allows people to make a big difference — simply through the way they shop.
The Soil Association are appealing for as many people to get involved as possible. If you want to find out more about how you can or to find out what is planned during the campaign, please visit their website:
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