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Go-Organic.co.za is South Africa’s premier organic website, directory and marketing company. We trade locally and internationally in bulk organic products and set up growing projects and off-take contracts. Go-Organic.co.za is a private, commercial organization committed to social and economic upliftment.


International Bulk Trade

We source and trade in all mainstream and niche market, certified organic and wild-harvested products from retail fresh to industrial to processed. Our suppliers are certified to international standards.


If you’re selling an organic commodity, product or brand, we look for a buyer for you.

If the organic commodity you need is not already grown in South Africa we look at growing it on contract or we can source it for you from our international network of suppliers.

Contact us now: info@Go-Organic.co.za












Local Industry

Our directory lists people involved in the local organic industry, from certifiers to consultants to shops and markets and producers. To be on our organic directory for a small monthly fee, list here

Our philosophy and the organic brand opportunity

Organic agriculture is one of the best means of creating sustainable social and economic upliftment.

Behind every product is a story to tell, often one of hope, cooperation, overcoming adversity and renewed pride and dignity. We can research and provide these stories to add value to your brand or you can support one of our brands that are under development.

For more, contact info@go-organic.co.za

Other services

Technical and market research
Training
Brand identity development and management
Packaging design and production




About South Africa
South Africa has:
Abundant resources ideal for organic agriculture
Range of climates and soil types to grow a variety of products
Popular developing market
Economic growth of +-5% since 2004
Advanced technology and infrastructure
Established sea, air and land infrastructure for access to global markets

Find out more at:
www.southafrica.info
 
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ORGANIC SHOPS, MARKETS, CERTIFIERS, PRODUCERS, GROWERS, CONSULTANTS, DELI’S, CAFE’S, DISTRIBUTORS and MORE...
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WE LAUNCH OUR GO-ORGANIC LOCAL TRADER NETWORK


We call it nourishment for communities because it's going to put lots of healthy local organic food on local plates AND grow local economies.

Every week customers ask us for organic food and other products. Every week small-scale organic farmers ask for our help to sell organic food. And these requests are from all over South Africa.
Until now no-one has made it easy for the two to find each other. Even mainstream retail stores are not the answer.
So we at Go-Organic.co.za are very proud to launch our GO-ORGANIC™ LOCAL TRADER brand.

Our goal is to have one Go-Organic Local Trader serving each and every town and area all over South Africa, selling organic food from our network of Go-Organic Local Suppliers. By connecting small scale organic producers with customers in their area this has the potential to create 7,000 jobs.

Find your Local Trader here…
Become a Local Trader here…
Become a Local Supplier here…
Become a National Supplier here…


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France: an accelerating organic sector!  ....more
 
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USA: Parents willing to pay the premium for organic food  ....more
 
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Logocos Naturkosmetik AG under new leadership  ....more
 
First Fairtrade organic sugar mill  ....more
 
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Spain: El Huerto de Lucas launched  ....more
 
New Green Formulations Masterclass in Paris  ....more
 
IFOAM annual report: Our Earth, our Mission  ....more
 
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Denmark: Over 700 kitchens carry organic catering logo  ....more
 
Growing number of organic chains in Germany  ....more
 
Germany: Fairtrade sales are increasing  ....more
 
Brazil: Organic and Sustainable Brazil during Fifa World Cup  ....more
 
Organic food companies greening their supply chains  ....more
 
Public consultation on aquaculture  ....more
 
USA: Petition for Saving America’s Pollinators Act  ....more
 
IFOAM EU: Organic sector concludes organic regulation proposal is inadequate  ....more
 
UK: Natural Food Show announces new pavilions for 2014  ....more
 
Bulgaria: Tradin’s sunflower processing facility opens oil crushing line  ....more
 
Call to host IFOAM World Congress 2017  ....more
 
New study on concentration of the European seed market  ....more
 
Fairtrade International has overhauled its Fairtrade Standard for Hired Labour to strengthen the position of workers in Fairtrade certified plantations and estates producing tea, bananas and other fruit, cut flowers, herbs, vegetables and sports ball factories,  ....more
 
Italy: Positive development of land and farmers in 2012  ....more
 
Cosmebio: A fresh new look at organic cosmetics  ....more
 
Organic Farming Innovation Award  ....more
 
UK: Organic Cheese Showcase  ....more
 
European Seed Legislation  ....more
 
USA: Cheerios go GMO-free  ....more
 
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Governor of Connecticut signed the first GMO labelling law in the USA  ....more
 
For the first time, at Biofach 2014, Ukraine will have an own organic country stall  ....more
 
The ministers of all EU countries will decide whether Pioneer's GM maize with the technical name 1507 will be allowed to be grown in Europe. Immediate action is needed to avoid the cultivation of this maize.  ....more
 
McDonald's internal McResource Line website had dispensed lifestyle tips relevant to people living on minimum wage. These included how much to tip a personal trainer or pool cleaner and that one should "sing away stress.",  ....more
 
Germany: Sustainability in Fashion at Greenshowroom  ....more
 
Ecology is the focal theme of the upcoming North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit.  ....more
 
Twenty young farmers in Sabeto, on the western side of Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu, are working towards organic certification for papaya for both local and export markets.  ....more
 
Cabbage White butterflies are on the wing and likely to make an appearance in your garden any day now.  ....more
 
The most famous organic gardener in the world is probably Prince Charles.  ....more
 
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Organic chocolate threat: Farmers lack sufficient incentives to grow organic cocoa.  ....more
 
BioFach and Vivaness offer exhibitors, visitors and representatives from politics and media look forward to a number of changes for the congress.  ....more
 
The most northerly Baltic state has gone through a remarkable development in the last 20 years.  ....more
 
The desire to have products that are kind to the skin and whose origin is the natural world of the Baltic countries and Finland  ....more
 
The desire to have products that are kind to the skin and whose origin is the natural world of the Baltic countries and Finland  ....more
 
Russian government has been tinkering with legally-binding regulation of the organic sector, the regional marketing of organic food in the few specialist wholefood stores and a number of conventional chains  ....more
 
With only 5.4 million inhabitants and a land area only slightly less than Germany, Finland is one of the least densely populated countries in Europe. Enough to get organic marketing up and running  ....more
 
Organic Centre Wales, found that the trend towards shoppers who never buy organic food coming predominantly from lower “social grades” appears to have changed.  ....more
 
The International Symposium on Organic Agriculture and the Mediterranean - distinguishing the quality related to the origin will take place in Agadir, Morocco  ....more
 
Organic produce from India mostly went into export in the past, recently domestic market sales have started to surpass exports.  ....more
 
Potato starch from organic agriculture, that is used by the organic sector, frequently comes from Finland.  ....more
 
Whole Foods Market has announced news of the first commercial-scale greenhouse farm operating within a grocery space.  ....more
 
Alce Nero - Berberè Light Pizza & Food was opened in the centre of Bologna.  ....more
 
Organic harvest markets took place all over Denmark for the 20th time in early September.  ....more
 



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