Organix are no ordinary company, as you can see instantly from their short ingredients lists and the amazing No Junk promise on every product. It doesn’t stop there though, as Organix are on a mission to help improve food for all children, setting standards for the whole food industry, helping parents with advice on feeding their family healthy, nutritious food and campaigning to change all children’s food for the better.
Organix was launched in 1992 by founder Lizzie Vann who, having spent years working in the food industry as an adviser to other food companies, decided to set up her own company to show them how to do it properly! Lizzie’s aim was to prove that it is perfectly possible to run a successful company while selling good, healthy food, and to try to change the food industry for the better by leading by good example. 25 years later, Organix has gone from strength to strength, well and truly proving Lizzie’s point in the process!
As well as selling delicious and healthy snacks for little ones, Organix also campaign on behalf of parents to improve the entire food industry, funding studies into children’s food which help plant the seeds of movements that make real changes. It might surprise you to learn that some of the biggest children’s food campaigns have their roots in studies commissioned by Organix, for example the movement to remove artificial colourings and flavourings from children’s foods and the ‘Jamie’s School Dinners’ campaign both came about as a result of studies commissioned by Organix. I’m so impressed with how Organix quietly get on with their campaigns for better food for all children without looking for any glory. They have achieved so much in the last 25 years, I’m looking forward to seeing what they achieve in the next 25!
To celebrate their 25 year milestone, Organix have recently released their first Sustainability Report. Starting with a lovely letter to the children of tomorrow, this report celebrates Organix’s achievements to date and sets out their plan for a sustainable future. Its a really interesting read, and as a parent, reassuring to read just how seriously Organix takes their commitment to their values.
Savoury Toddler Recipes
Spinach & Tomato Corn Muffins from Eats Amazing
Beetroot Risotto from Organix
Orange, Red Lentil & Roast Carrot Soup from A Mummy Too
DIY Pizzas from Gourmet Mum
Easy Couscous Salad from Eats Amazing
Rainbow Fritters from Organix
Savoury Carrot Flapjacks from My Fussy Eater
Lamb Kofta from Organix
Easy Roasted Carrot Houmous from Eats Amazing
Haddock Fish Cake Bites from Organix
Superhero Pasta Sauce from Taming Twins
Pork & Apple Burgers from Organix
Rainbow Omelette Cakes from Eats Amazing
Spiced Pork with Plum from Organix
Healthy Rainbow Sandwiches from In The Playroom
Sweet Toddler Recipes
No Junk Apple & Strawberry Muffins from A Mummy Too
Banana & Raisin Porridge from Organix
Vanilla Beet Freakshake for Kids from Veggie Desserts
Easy Pancakes from Organix
Refined Sugar Free Tropical Fruit Cake from Le Coin de Mel
Apple Turnovers from Organix
Carrot Cake Cookies from My Fussy Eater
Raspberry & Banana Sundae from Organix
Watermelon Popsicles from Taming Twins
Fruity Bread Fingers from Organix
If you’d like to find out more about Organix and their commitment to sustainability, head over to the Organix website where you’ll also find a link to their new sustainability report.
Last but not least, a very happy birthday to Organix, here’s to the next 25 years!
Disclosure: This blog post was commissioned by Organix, I was compensated for my time, however all opinions expressed in this post are my own.
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