Certified Sustainable… it’s better!
We have 75% fewer emissions than conventional grains and cereals.
Residue Free Food
Tested free of over 270 residues including Round Up
Independently tested Non GMO compliant
Nutrient Dense Food
Annual nutrient testing of certified produce
Delivering Healthy Soils, Healthy Food, and Healthy Communities.
Certified Sustainable produce is tested to ensure it is: Residue-Free, Non-GMO and independent emissions calculations on our wheat show 75% fewer Green House Gas emissions than conventional production.
We continue to test our certified products to ensure that we deliver food of the highest quality that is nutrient-dense, and monitor our farmer’s soils to ensure the practices in place, are building soil.
Our certified farmers understand and nurture the relationship between soil and plant health. They know that by building better soil health and improving the natural cycling of nutrients, they produce healthier plants that are less susceptible to disease and insect attack.
What does this mean for you?
It means we deliver a fully traceable product with no nasties, but even better than that, you can be sure that the way our farmers are managing their land is environmentally friendly, sequestering carbon, building diversity, and an overall nutritionally superior product for you.
We build relationships and partner with Australian farmers and businesses who have sustainability, soil stewardship, and regeneration at their core values. Enabling them to supply fully traceable, clean, nutritious food, grown in a way that nurtures diversity and natural fertility in the soil to consumers that care about their food, their health, their environment, and the community as a whole.
Our Certified Sustainable Standard
The Standard has been developed by passionate farmers, agronomists, and natural resource experts. It has been in continuous use since 2015 and is recognised by ACCC as a Certification Trade Mark (CTM)
The Standard sets out the desired outcomes and outlines the principles and values that the certification is based on. It is a descriptive, not prescriptive standard, as we are outcome-focused.