Continuing Sustainability in 2013

Organics Unlimited Farms

Organics Unlimited strives to uphold the best, safe practices of sustainability to ensure the finest quality products for our customers. With only a few weeks until 2013, we are looking ahead to see that our work in sustainability continues to uphold a high-level of standards for your consumers to enjoy.

Take a look at some of the steps we take to be sustainable in our growing:

  • To certify organic and to maintain sustainability, we make sure that we do not use any harmful materials that could endanger wildlife. This helps keep a biological and ecological equilibrium on our farms.
  • We do our best to never eliminate weeds, they are considered protection in ending erosion and contamination from harmful materials used to control the spread of disease and loss of humidity. Weeds help the natural process of reintroducing nutrients into the soil.
  • Propagation of new plants within the same site assists to eliminate other types of infections from outside sources.
  • On our farms we have established a living fence that serves as a refuge to repel harmful pests and protect the area from damaging winds.
  • Composting is key. We compost stalks and leaves of the harvested bananas on our farm and transform them into a organic material to enrich the soil. Another composting area is used for vegetable, animal, and mineral residues that are utilized in organic agriculture.

Being sustainable not only helps the environment, but also ourselves. That is why Organics Unlimited practices sustainability, and a great reason to encourage you to inform your customers.

As we move forward into the new year, make sure your customers get the facts on sustainability so they know what they are ingesting and how they can easily protect our planet.

Organics Unlimited has many promotional items to help educate your customers on the benefits of sustainability. If you’d like to be involved and to learn more about Organics Unlimited, GROW, or how you can obtain Fair Trade Label Organics Unlimited bananas, visit OrganicsUnlimited.com, GROWBananas.org, or call (619) 710-0658.


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