WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN

‘CERTIFIED ORGANIC’ AND ‘ORGANIC’?

To label a food ‘organic’, there is no certification or standards required. This means foods can feature the word ‘organic’ in their title and not contain a single organic ingredient. To put it simply, if you want to ensure your food is organic, Certified Organic is the only way to go, it is a guarantee that the food is 100% organic.

Every one of the The Meat-ting Place Organics Certified Organic products has been labelled Certified Organic. This is because we choose to adhere to these stricter requirements to provide our costumers with a truly organic product. We source products from farmers who meet our requirements.

"NASAA Certified Organic’ has its own strict standard and has been approved by the Australian government. It means the food and ingredients are 100% organic.

NASAA Certified Organic routinely and randomly audits to confirm our products meet the quality guarantee and are 100% organic.

ARE ANY OF THE MEAT-TING PLACE CERTIFIED ORGANIC PRODUCTS FINISHED ON GRAIN?

Absolutely never

Certified Organic Farmers are allowed to feed their animals Certified organic Feed in adverse conditions, such as drought or flood.  Some organic Beef and Lamb producers finish their animals on grain to boost their weight.  I will not condone this procedure therefore the farmers that I support do not finish on grain.