At Down to Earth Organics, better for you means better for everyone, including the planet. For more than 40 years we have lived and promoted the benefits of organics, and natural sustainable living. We endeavour to only stock products from suppliers who use ethical labour practices and who prevent harmful environmental and social consequences across the life cycle of their product. When you shop at Down to Earth Organics you know you are shopping sustainably and consciously.
Certified organic is a guarantee of authenticity which is why it’s our mission to choose certified organic products when and where possible. We work with local suppliers to ensure we always know where our products come from and how they have been treated. Why? Certified organic is better for you, our animals and the planet and at Down to Earth that’s what matters. When you shop with us you’re helping to support and cultivate sustainable, organic farming, food production and long term care of our environment for generations to come.
There are some true Christmas lovers here at Down to Earth Organics, so in the hopes of being inspired we asked some of the staff about their favourite Christmas tradition or activity. Have a giggle, read and maybe even be inspired by the following Christmas traditions: Lisa H - Animal...
Last week we reposted a well written post from Organics Aotearoa on the principles of organic farming, today we want to share another guiding concept, The Four Pillars of Sustainability. Sustainable development is the sweet spot where human, social, environmental, and economic needs can be satisfied all at the same time without neglecting one other.
Economics, Environment, Social and Human.
Are mushrooms and mushroom supplements safe for my kids? We have been seeing mushrooms become more mainstream for about a year now. With Netflix documentaries, studies being published, social media posts declaring the incredible effect mushrooms can have on your wellbeing and mushroom products and supplements becoming readily available instore, we thought...