Are you one of the six people out of ten who bought some organic product last year? Then a great number of you are more than likely to be mothers who want to make sure you are providing the very best start in life for your children. You have considered the diseases of your parent’s generation, the rise in allergies, diabetes and other ailments and are showing a stronger interest in pure food for your family.
Perhaps you are baby boomer who was part of the first generation to ingest food subjected to chemicals, hormones and genetic modification? Then you are particularly interested in organics in a quest to detox and enjoy the rest of your life relatively free from disease.
Otherwise, you buy organic food because you have a social conscious and are concerned about the environment and have a comfortable knowledge of the benefits of organic farming to the earth and climate change.