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Join 100+ organic businesses, farmers, retailers, educators, restaurants and more.. for New Zealand's largest annual celebration of all things organic - from food, farming, wine, beauty to textiles - we embrace it all! 

This year we've created a digital toolkit  that includes key messaging, event ideas, poster templates and social media imagery to help you get involved. It's important to remember that no matter how big or small your contribution is to this celebration, it all makes a significant difference.

-Download the Digital Toolkit 

- Run or attend a local event in your area

- Join the Facebook Forum

- Buy organic throughout the week

- Follow & Tag us on Instagram and Facebook

- Use #OrganicWeekNZ to show us your content

New Zealand's largest annual celebration of all things organic, brought to you by the collaboration of Aotearoa's organic community.

For one week every year, we bind together the sector for a week-long campaign that will celebrate, educate and help kiwis really understand what organic is, where it can be purchased and what is available across the nation.

Find out why organics are good for you and the planet too!

Why organic?

Good for you, good for the planet

The world is becoming increasingly conscious about the effects our actions can have on the planet upon which we live. The term 'organic' is often misunderstood and misconstrued - so we're here to tell you why you should go organic.
 
"Organic" has been defined by the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) as - avoiding or excluding the use of synthetic fertilisers, pesticides, antibiotics, growth modification and irradiation. This is all correct, yet below we explain why the term incorporates so much more than that.
 
Any farm, producer or manufacturer operating to satisfy certified organic standards are assessed and audited every year.

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We will be back bigger and better than ever next year! 

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