Organic Beef Birmingham

Organic Beef Birmingham - Rossiter Organic Butchers

Rossiters Organic Buthers Are Certified By The Soil Association

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The business above has been inspected and satisfies the requirements of the Soil Association organic standards and Regulations (EC) No 834/2007 and 889/2008.

Soil Association Certification is the UK’s largest organic certification body, responsible for certifying over 70% of all organic products sold in the country. We certify organic food and farming, organic textiles and organic beauty products. Since 1973 our team has built up extensive practical experience and provide unrivalled support before, during and after certification.

The Soil Association organic logo on pack is the most recognised in the UK and your customer’s guarantee that your produce meets the highest standards of sustainability and quality.

What Does Organic Mean?

It must be said that there is nothing magical or mysterious about organic farming. It is a low input/low output system – its approach is based on maintaining a sound and well balanced soil.

Put simply, the organic system of farming is the purest, practical way to minimise chemicals in food, and environmental impact, combined with the highest standards of animal welfare.

Whereas, over the past 40 years, science and economics have moved conventional farming towards the increased use of chemicals, ensuring good nutrition and health in crops and animals. The organic approach is that these tasks should be carried out naturally, without the use of chemical interference.

The primary characteristics of organic meat production are:

  1. It is a legally defined standard.
  2. There is a registered, documented and inspected trail from “farm gate to dinner plate”.
  3. It operates to the very highest levels of animal welfare.
  4. No routine drugs, growth promoters, animal offal or any other additives are fed to animals. (Sick animals may of course be treated).
  5. At least 95% of animal feed must be grown to organic standards.
  6. No use of artificial fertilisers or pesticides on feed crops or grass is permitted.
  7. No use of Genetically Modified Organisms is allowed