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Canadian organic products sold internationally or inter-provincially are subject to federal organic products regulations.
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Farm tours, pickling workshops, wine tastings, film screenings, special deals and in-store education sessions are just a few examples of what’s on offer during Canada’s National Organic Week, held from September 19 to 27.
Sometimes the benefits of consuming organic food are best explained by what you’re not doing to your body and the environment
National Organic Week, held from September celebrates a community that strives to provide healthy, toxin-free products while creating sustainable ecosystems and food security for future generations.