Kōkako Organic Coffee Roasters have been championing organics since their inception in 2001, becoming officially certified by BioGro NZ in 2007 (They’re also a proud sponsor of Organic Week). As well as being certified organic, they’re also certified Fairtrade – and this dual certification continues to have a positive impact on both the environment and the wellbeing of the producers.
Chantal Organics is an award-winning New Zealand-owned company that was established in 1978 and is driven by a passion to fuel families and protect the planet.
Built on the foundations of organic and sustainable practices, they offer a range of products that captures the genius of nature and provides true nutrition to Kiwis.
TranzAlpine Honey is the #1 certified organic honey producer in New Zealand.
They have been BioGro certified for 30 years – since 1993 – and with an unrivalled 113-year history as family beekeepers since 1910; they are undisputed pioneers for a sustainable, organic future.
Produced in Switzerland and distributed to 40 countries, Penergetic’s range of organic biostimulants is used in agriculture to reactivate existing biology back to natural levels by addressing underlying issues causing the biology’s current decline.
Celebrate the organic sector with the presentation of eight OrganicNZ awards, and te tāonga o te Hua Parakore.
Join us for the Organic NZ Awards 2023! These awards showcase and celebrate the very best of Aotearoa’s organic farmers, brands, products and leaders.
Find out how organic farming provides a sustainable solution to agriculture, while also supporting a thriving future for people and planet. This article was contributed by one of our sponsors, Chantal Organics.
Whether you’re looking to volunteer in your community, add more organics to your life, or simply live a more climate friendly lifestyle, Kristen Capaccio has got some tips to support your journey.
Hapi Cafe, 45 Hastings Street, Ahuriri, Napier | Saturday 6 May, 4 pm – 5.30 pm |
Calling Hawke’s Bay organic farmers, growers & producers! Let’s celebrate Organic Week Aotearoa and take a moment to get to know each other better!
Wilith Farm, 2212 State Highway 30, RD 1, Atiamuri 3078 | Friday 5 May, 10 am – 4 pm |
Get on farm with Miah and Jenny Smith’s Wilith Farm in Atiamuri as Dr Christine Jones walks through the secret life of soil and its role in climate action and resilience after a seven year journey with AgriSea.
Jet Park Hamilton Hotel, 201 Airport Road, Hamilton 3282 | Tuesday 2 May, 9. 30 am – 3.30 pm |
AgriSea New Zealand alongside Rere Ki Tua Rere Ki Tai; invites you to learn about significant insights into the role of soil biology for fixing nitrogen, preventing leaching and raising farm profitability.
Hamlin Road Organic Farm, 140 Hamlin Road, Ardmore 2582 | Tuesday 2 May, 10 am – 1 pm |
Come along and join us at Hamlin Road Organic Farm for our open day. There will be a plant sale and free workshops on Organic Tree Management and pruning, and Mindfulness and Sensory Modulation.