Woodford Market Garden is one of Jamaica's certified organic farms. Certification for organic produce is important because it is the stamp that assures the consumer that they are getting what the label promises.
Our produce is grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, GMO's, growth hormes, antibiotics and preservatives. We follow the standards and principles of organic farming, ensuring protection for our environment, while producing high quality food.
You'll find a delicious selection of organic greens grown in Jamaica at Woodford Market Garden.
Organic food is nutrient-rich and promotes good health.
In a study published in March 2008 by The Organic Center,1scientific evidence settled the lingering question: “Are organic foods really more nutritious?”
The answer is a resounding “Yes!” examine the following facts:
A+ for Organic Farming!
In another recent study entitled “Living Soil, Food Quality, and the Future of Food,”2 presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), several inspiring conclusions were offered about the health benefits oforganic farming and its nutritional impact in food:
Consider the Healthy Power of Organic Milk, Beef, Lamb & Pork Too!
It’s not just veggie and fruit enthusiasts who reap the rewards of organically-grown chow.
So revise your shopping list to include as much organic food as possible – you can even buy organic foods on a budget – and commit to a healthier, happier you. Your taste buds will thank you too!
Clearly, organic food equals healthier food. It’s that simple – and that tasty too!
The above was drawn from reports from OrganicAuthority.com
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1. The Organic Center, March, 2008 Report: http://www.organic-center.org/science.latest.php?action=view&report_id=126
2. The Organic Center, March 13, 2009 Press Release: http://www.organic-center.org/news.pr.php?action=detail&pressrelease_id=28
3. The Organic Center: Health Benefits of Conjugated Linoleic Acid:http://www.organic-center.org/science.hot.php?action=view&report_id=18
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