Organic still makes Good Business Sense
Grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, organic food has been booming for several years, as many consumers believe it is healthier, tastes better and its production does less damage to the environment than conventional agriculture.
While the current economic recession has slowed the meteoric 25–30% annual growth of the organic food industry, organic shoppers still pushed growth up nearly 6% from a year ago.
Organic Trade Association releases 2009 Organic Industry Survey (May 2009).
The survey, conducted by Lieberman Research Group on behalf of OTA, measured the growth of U.S. sales of organic foods and beverages, showing organic food sales grew in 2008 by 15.8 percent to reach $22.9 billion. As a result, organic food sales now account for approximately 3.5 percent of all food product sales in the United States.
The public's palate has become much more discriminating, and consumers have expressed an ever-increasing demand for quality products that support their health and longevity. High Quality Organics is uniquely positioned to help you capitalize on this trend, to increase your bottom line and pay back dividends long into the future.
Organically produced ingredients avoid the costly liability issues associated with GMO foods, and pesticides and synthetic chemicals.
Enjoy superior organoleptic properties
Compared to conventionally grown products, high quality organic ingredients are cultivated in a more intensive way in order to produce superior taste, aroma, color, and texture.
Quality organic herbs and spice may allow you to specify for a lesser amount of ingredients due to their higher concentration of volatile oils.
Our Organic Mission
High Quality Organics is committed to doing our part to guard and improve the quality of life on our planet by offering exclusively organic and 100% natural ingredients.
The definition of Organic agriculture as approved by the USDA states: "Organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony."
Simply said, Organic sees the farmer's soil as an intricate living organism. When the soil is nourished and protected from chemical and physical abuse, it is able to pass along superior nutritional properties to the plant, and finally to the person who consumes it.