Blog — certified organic RSS



Bio-Organic Farm Ep #3 - Biodiversity of the planet

In episode #3, farmers, husband and wife and the business owners; Oogie and Basil dive deep into the biodiversity of our planet and how certified organic farming supports the ecosystem today, tomorrow and years and years into the future. .  They have adopted many sustainable organic farming practises that they explain in detail. They also discuss the repercussions of conventional farming practises and how detrimental they are not only for our health but for the sustainability of the planet. Learn how you can do your bit for the planet and for your health, by supporting organic farmers...

Continue reading



Bio-Organic Farm Ep #2 - Organics and health

Farming and pregnancy, the health risks associated with consuming non-organic produce for a baby and mothers health, the difference between organic, non-organic, spray free and conventional farming… Benny from Garden of Vegan sits down with Oogie and Basil, husband and wife as well as the owners of the Bio-Organic Farm in Murwillumbah. The trio discuss what measures are needed to be taken to ensure the health of humankind and the sustainability of the planet. The couple share their experience with organic farming and the why behind their mission.

Continue reading



Bio-Organic Farm Ep #1- Why Organic Farming?

In this three part series, Benny from Garden of Vegan sits down with organic farmers Oogie, his partner Basil and dad Avi, to discuss all things organics, farming, health and their family legacy being the Bio-Organic Farm in Murwillumbah. The Bio-Organic Farm is situated on the beautiful outskirts of Mount Warning in Northern NSW. The farm has been operating for over 18 years and both Oogie and his dad Avi who founded the farm, believe organics is the way of the future for our long term health and for the sustainability of the planet. To learn more about organic farming please watch and keep reading...

Continue reading



Robyn Chuter Episode #5- The dangers of eating fish and why organic matters

Benny from Garden of Vegan sits down with Robyn Chuter, Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner, Naturopath, Nutritionist and Counsellor to continue their deep dive into the wholefood plant-based lifestyle. In this episode Robyn explains why fish are so dangerous to eat and why they should not be considered as a ‘health food’. She also shares with Benny the importance of eating organic and why it helps us to fight off disease and illness when compared to eating non organic. Watch or read to learn more...

Continue reading



What you need to know about Australia’s number one killer…

This month is Heart Research Month in Australia, with Thursday 14th February being ‘Wear Red Day’ to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. The team at Garden Of Vegan are all wearing red this week in the hope to start many conversations around how small lifestyle choices like what food you choose to consume and how much physical activity you do a day, could prevent you or a loved one from dying prematurely, due to our biggest killer in Australia. Wear Red Day was established by Heart Research Australia, a group of Royal North Shore Hospital cardiologists with the aim to reduce the high mortality rates around heart disease. Currently, in Australia, Heart Disease is the leading cause of death, accounting...

Continue reading

You are updating your order for delivery date

$0.00 ( items)
View Cart

Minimum order of $