100% organic juices
Drinking PS Organic juices is an easy way to guarantee that you can be sure to reach your daily goal of 6-8 servings of fruits and vegetables recommended by health authorities.
Drinking Organic juices is the key to give you an energetic, radiant and optimal health. When you eat too many cooked foods it can destroy micronutrients by altering their shape and chemical composition.
Drinking your fruit and vegetables helps you absorb more of their nutrients.
HOW ORGANIC FARMING WORKS
Organic farming yields plants which offer more vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.
By growing fewer plants per acre, we allow each plant to extract more minerals from the ground needed to grow. Above the surface this allows more sunlight to reach the fruit, which plays a key role in the development of vitamins and phytonutrients – especially polyphenols and vitamin C. The end result is that organic foods are healthier for the end consumer!
Organic farmers analyse the past usage of surrounding areas to establish if it is suitable. For example, a former conventional growing area can’t be used for organic farming – test samples from the ground have to be taken and must comply with organic standards. Also factoring in location factors like areas close to highways which cannot always be used for organic farming due to the pollutants in the air.
Reference drawn from: Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture.
Good for you and our environment
Organic farmers use natural methods to cultivate their land rather than using chemicals, fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides. Organic farmers encourage beneficial animals and insects and promote plant diversity across more land and use good old-fashioned human labour to get the most out of their natural crops.
No chemicals, fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides
Organic farming prohibits the use of chemicals, fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides that damage the environment. Lots of these chemicals are not necessary, they are simple precautions against pests or weeds and since most of the pesticides don’t target just one specific pest, they eventually kill all sorts of organisms, good or bad.
Minimal impact on the local fauna and flora
Organic farming methods were established to reduce the impact on the natural habitat as much as possible by only using natural fertilisers and beneficial organisms to increase their yield.
No polluting our water streams
Most of the chemicals used in conventional farming such as fertilisers and pesticides, sooner or later end up in the water system. This effects any areas that the water runs through, as well as the body of water where it eventually stops, such as a lake or ocean.
Since organic growing areas are larger and chemicals are not used, there is more hands-on work required to keep threatening factors under control. This translates to more employment!
Just more natural!
Organic farming is actually nothing special. It has been used for centuries. Conventional farming has grown in recent decades, but now its long term effect is being realised. Organic farming is the only way to grow food in a sustainable way.