Go on a journey with one of the vegetables that are grown by organic farmers in Canada — Caro the Carrot — from the farm to your dinner table. Follow along to learn more about how organic farmers produce yummy fruits, vegetables, and more — while helping to nourish our bodies and our environment.
Start your organic journey with Canadian Organic Growers — with five simple switches you can make to add more organics into your life in a way that won’t overwhelm you, or your budget.
Organic farming has a set of principles that put nature first — and that includes the welfare of animals raised for eggs, meat and dairy products. Take our quiz to find out how organic farming makes a difference for animal welfare.
Are you ready to build your own organic garden at home? We’re so excited to help you get started with this two-page infographic designed to make growing at home easy and fun for your whole family!
Canadian Organic Growers wants to help you get the facts so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. Take our quiz and test your knowledge on organic farming and products now.
Understanding the significance of food labels and their varying standards can be overwhelming. This simple pocket-sized guide that can be saved on your phone—and helps clear up some of the confusion about the many labels you’ll find at the grocery store.
Have you ever wondered what regenerative farming is and how it differs from organic farming? What about regenerative organic farming? And what does it really mean when food is labeled as “natural” or “hormone free”?
Organic food and farming have a range of benefits, from supporting the local economy to addressing climate change — but many shoppers are also flocking to the organic section to take care of their health and well-being. Check out the top 5 health reasons to eat organic!
People in Canada choose to buy organic products for a variety of reasons — from health benefits, to a more sustainable lifestyle, to wanting to support local business. Participate in our #OrganicallyCanadian survey to tell us more about your interest in organics — and what else you would like to learn about organic farming and groceries in Canada.