Insights •Food Trends• 03.04.2018 • Presented by Cactus
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Worsening mortality rates for bees and deterioration in the quality of water, and the decline in biodiversity are causes for alarm. Food scandals, damage to the environment from chemicals as well as undesirable substances in cosmetics show that there are limits to the industrial and agricultural sectors the world over.
Organic farming is a system of agricultural methods which fully supports a sustainable development approach. Organic farming does not use any chemical fertilisers, pesticides, synthetic or industrial products or genetically modified organisms.
There is an environmentally-friendly alternative to intensive farming: organic agricultural methods. Together – we can bring about change. Supplier and producer are expanding their Qualité sans Compromis range and more and more customer become ambassadors for natural, organic products.
By choosing fresh produce and grocery products, we can also help support local organic farmers. On the local market, promoting organic products is an ethical choice to support organic producers to expand their production in the Greater Region by guaranteeing them a direct return and a nearby market to sell their goods.
Cactus pioneered the sale of organic food in supermarkets – and today with 2,500 organic items they have one of the largest organic ranges in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. In all their outlets, they are continually adding to their organic offer and will carry on doing so.
The product range can meet all your daily needs with local organic items, organic products from Alnatura, the organic market leader in Germany which offers the very best value for money, as well as more selective and well-known brands such as Rapunzel, Lima, Allos, Kamut and Söbbeke.