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Australian Organic News April 2014

Pete Evans on paleo & organic

Award-winning chef, restaurateur, author and TV presenter Pete Evans talks food philosophy and the 
5 daily habits he couldn't live without.

I made my own babycare range


Sacha Maujean’s daughter was born with sensitive skin and suffered with rashes, reactions and skin ailments.
 

Organic tea tree takes off in US


Adulteration in the essential oil industry boosts interest in Australian organic tea tree oil.
 

Why no organic sunscreen?

We nourish our insides with organic food so it makes sense to nurture our skin with just as much care. Find out why they're difficult to certify organic.

         

Could your business survive a crisis?
 

Why a crisis communication plan could be crucial to the survival of your company.

How Tamburlaine wines
became carbon neutral


Tamburlaine is the first carbon neutral winemaker in the country, with its entry into trading carbon credits.

Putting organics to the test

Certified organic businesses are not only audited yearly, products are also randomly tested for residues.


Pat yourself on the back

Awards for Excellence is open to growers, researchers and businesses in the vegetable industry.


Certification update

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Look for the signs

Download some fabulous marketing materials for your shop or website.


Exporting to China easier
In January the Chinese government announced foreign auditors could be trained to its organic standard. 


 

New database

Australian Certified Organic is moving to a new, more powerful database. 

Asian buyers want organic
AUSVEG is matching growers with Asian buyers at its conference in June. Buyers are interested in certified organic produce. Contact Joanne Barber. 

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