New Online Directory, Organic Yard, Simplifies Search for Authentic Organic Suppliers
“The search is over!” That’s the message from the founders of Organic Yard, the new and popular online directory that’s gaining ground for simplifying the search for genuine organic shoppers who want to connect with authentic organic suppliers across. The launch of the new platform is perfectly timed to coincide with the Soil Association’s Organic September campaign for nature friendly farming.
But not anymore. Touted as the quintessential directory for everything organic, Organic Yard connects genuine organic shoppers to authentic organic suppliers in the UK. The platform features a carefully curated directory of some of the UK’s best organic suppliers. Organic suppliers are categorised based on the product or service they provide to make it easier for shoppers to find what they need quickly and easily.
Organic Yard caters to just about every type of green living from organic fashion, homewares and pet care to organic makeup, skincare and gifts along with listings of certified organic cafes and farm shops to visit. Shoppers can even shop directly from the website organic health products, organic male grooming, organic mother & baby, organic hair care and skincare products. Some of the popular organic suppliers listed on the online directory include Abel and Cole, Britt’s Superfoods, Ancient +Brave and Baie Botanique.
Organic Yard is the brainchild of Lynne Keary. Keary explained that the idea for the platform was birthed out of difficulty of not being able to easily find organic products for her mum, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer and decided to pursue an organic lifestyle to maintain her health. She said: “I found it incredibly difficult and time-consuming hunting down organic products only to then be confused by the labelling. I wanted to solve the problem by creating a place where shoppers can find genuine certified organic products. I also feel strongly about brands who mislead customers by marketing themselves natural and organic when they contain few of these ingredients. Greenwashing’ is a real problem today. It’s great to be able to support organic farmers that are working so much harder without the short-cuts of pesticides.”
Keary’s business advisor on sustainability, Dr. Nicholas Head added: “Organic Yard offers a refreshing view on what organic means, stands for and could lead to. The company aligns with recent work from the Soil Association to answer these three pillars of an’ organic lifestyle and as a means of embedding this within the broader notion of well-being.”
But it’s not just about connecting organic shoppers to organic suppliers. Organic Yard is on a mission to educate consumers about organic agriculture, promote the benefits of organic living for health and the future of the planet and debunking some of the myths to empower consumers to make informed choices. Consequently, visitors to the website can access a variety of recipes, cookery books for healthy lifestyle as well as books for creating sustainable homes, clean green living and more. It also promotes organic events where you can also find courses and workshops.
The Organic Yard Directory is easy to use and is a reliable resource for those who want to choose organic products to better their health and improve the planet. The company is also actively seeking organic suppliers to join the directory. For further information or to browse the list of suppliers in the Organic Yard directory, visit: https://www.organicyard.co.uk.