At Organic Life we are committed to doing business responsibly, continually committing to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of our employees and their families as well as the local community and society at large.

It is the rich soil, clean water and nourishing sunshine that make organic ingredients grow, and the power of nature that makes them so effective. Our planet is fragile and we must be mindful of the resources we use, to minimise our impact on the earth.

In our efforts to become more sustainable, we are always striving for cleaner, greener ways of doing things. This is an ongoing journey, and here are some ways we are taking action today.

We are actively reducing our footprint by reusing and recycling as much as we can – our current target is a 20 percent reduction in energy, waste and water consumption by 2019.



We know that we need to nurture the Earth like we do our own bodies, and eating organic produce is much more sustainable than non-organic farming, and the treatment of animals is far more humane.

Natural food


Organic Life represents Brands that are free from genetic engineering, synthetic chemicals, pesticides, fertilisers, herbicides, artificial preservatives, colours and flavours, antibiotics, growth regulators and stimulants. After all, you are what you eat!




We foster close relationships with our farmers, suppliers, and customers, because we know without any one of them the business wouldn’t be so successful. We’re grateful to our customers & engage personally to help them get the most out of our service.

Organic Farming


The basic principle of organic farming is to achieve optimum quantities of produce and food of high nutritional quality without the use of artificial fertilizers or synthetic chemicals. It does not use genetically modified foods, growth promoters or hormones.  Organic meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones.

Organic farming emphasizes the need to maintain appropriate land management and aims to ecologically achieve the balance between animal life, the natural environment and food crops. Organic farmers do not use pesticides or herbicides.  The produce that is produced through organic farming is thus at its most natural form.

Ethical Principles of Organic


A key factor is that organic farming is consistent with sound moral and ethical principles; it benefits the environment, the air and the soil, our children and farmers.  It stores more carbon in the soil and there is less wildlife and environmental damage from fertilizer and pesticide run off.  Organic farmers are rearing animals with care and attention to their welfare.

They are allowed to roam free as animals should and are given the opportunity to grow and develop in the most natural and humane way possible.