I have people tell me that they would like to eat organic but they just can’t afford the higher price tag. While it is generally true that an organic alternative will make a bigger dent on the weekly budget there are options available. Aldis has had a range of organic options in store for some time now and all their options are certified organic rather than labelled organic by their own definitions.
Aldi’s Just Organic range can supply you with a few organic alternatives to some shopping basket staples like pasta sauce, honey, yoghurt, tea and coffee. So if you are trying to add organic food into your diet Aldi’s Just Organic range is a great place to start.
Aldi has a number of locations around Brisbane including Carindale, Tingalpa, Kelvin Grove, Ashgrove, and Lutwyche.
Mokosh was born out the desire to make skin products from pure, ethically sourced ingredients that are strictly free of potentially harmful additives found in almost all skin care products.
Mokosh is a small business located in Freemantle, Western Australia; it is run by Marion O’Leary, formally a vet, pathologist, and medical scientist whose scientific background has proved useful in developing skin care products that fit Mokosh’s strict criteria, and Jayne Jackson, who has years of experience and passion in all things pure and organic. Mokosh is as pure, clean and natural as skin care can be.
The Mokosh philosophy is to offer luxurious natural skin care ranges that are free of all preservatives (even those approved for use in organic products) and synthetic additives. The entire Mokosh range is not diluted with water allowing them to deliver potent, active nutrients directly to your skin. All Mokosh products are produced with a minimum 95% certified organic ingredients – most of their range are at the 100% level, and they are constantly striving to use certifies Fair Trade ingredients where possible.
The Mokosh range includes moisturisers, soaps, face and body oils, and lip balm. Most of the Mokosh range is available at Biome Eco Stores, in store and online.
We are increasingly more aware of what we put in our bodies, and many people a moving away from using products that are artificial to ones that are natural and less harmful to us and the planet. Brushing our teeth should be no different. While we are bombarded with adds for whiter teeth and a fresher breath from the ‘conventional’ toothpaste manufacturers there are natural and organic alternatives available!
Riddells Creek mint toothpaste is a certified organic toothpaste that is free of fluoride which is one of the major concerns people have with conventional toothpastes. While some might not be concerned with fluoride, you can’t argue that a completely natural and organic alternative isn’t better for the Earth.
Free of sulphates, fluoride, and mineral oils as well as being certified organic Riddells Creek natural toothpaste is the perfect choice of the environmentally and organically concerned. Riddells Creek also contains NO synthetic chemicals, artificial preservatives, colours, fragrances, tar derivatives, or animal ingredients ticking practically every eco-box.
One user describes it as “quite different from your ordinary toothpaste! ….. tastes salty and pepperminty. It certainly does a good job – assists in getting a good clean for all teeth and leaves a pleasant (although not overly strong) peppermint aftertaste”.
Try Riddells Creek and discover the perfect alternative to conventional toothpaste.