The Benefits of Going Organic

Organic food doesn’t have to be expensive and it’s often a great option to consider when it comes to ensuring you’re in optimum health. There’s evidence to suggest that there are numerous health befits to many organic products from milk and dairy to fruit, veg and bread. Find out what exclusive top tips nutrition expert Rick Hay has for Live to 100 readers.

The Organic Milk Suppliers Cooperative (OMSCo) was formed 20 years ago by 5 like-minded dairy farmers who felt that there just had to be a better way to farm.  Today OMSCo represents over 200 organic farmers in the UK from Land’s End to John O’Groats. 
They are all annually audited by the Soil Association to ensure they are adhering to a clear set of standards; this gives you a quality guarantee. No system of farming has higher animal welfare standards than farms working to these standards and the cows are reared without the routine use of drugs or antibiotics. In addition, no system of farming has lower pesticide use. 
To find out more visit www.organicmilk.co.uk.
To find their particular farmers’ milk, look for the OMSCo logo on the back label of plastic milk bottles.

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