Why is organic food and farming important?
In the face of climate change, rising diet-related ill-health and widespread declines in our wildlife, the need to produce healthy food, cut greenhouse gas emissions and protect wildlife grows more acute by the year. The buying decisions we make are a simple but powerful form of action. That's why all our products are certified organic - a guarantee that when you buy Pukka you are making a difference to people, plants and planet.
Pukka and the Soil Association
We believe in the wonder of organic methods, everything we do – from the fields where our herbs are grown (in sustainably managed certified organic projects), to the organic string we use on our tea bags – has organic principles at the core.
This means that all of our ingredients are certified to EU organic standards and are traceable back to their origin – not only giving you the reassurance that you are getting the very best quality, but also connecting you – through us – with the growers and the farms on which the plants are grown.
As a result of this passion and drive, we’ve committed to organic certification from the Soil Association, the UK’s founding and leading organic community.
We also work with the SA Charity, which aims to change the way we farm, eat and think about food to radically transform the impact it has on our planet.
Working together to support nature
Ultimately, the more people who switch to organic, the greater the positive impact it will have on the planet and our lives. As the great Mahatma Ghandhi once said, “Be the change you want to see in the world”.