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Honest to Goodness named favourite organic brand

honest-to-goodness-organic-foodAustralian organic food company Honest to Goodness bagged four big awards at the Organic Consumer Choice Awards (OCCA’s).

The body awarded Honest to Goodness with the titles of ‘Favourite Organic Brand’, ‘Best Organic Wholesaler’, ‘Best Organic Online Store’ and its new Organic Chai Latte Protein Blend 70g was named ‘Organic Product of the Year’.

Honest to Goodness co-owner, Matt Ward, said the company values quality and ethically sourced products.

“Both Karen and I remain committed to our dream of a sustainable, ethical food business and community, whom all involved enjoy being a part of. One of the key understandings at Honest to Goodness is that we remain forever conscious that the products we sell become a part of the families who eat or use them, and this is why we favour the best quality, nutritious food and ethically sourced products. We are delighted to be repeatedly recognised by the organic community as a trusted and loved organic brand and company,” Ward said.

Honest to Goodness Organic Chai Latte won the Organic Product of the Year 2018

“We feel very privileged to be recognised again by our loyal customers with these awards. We work hard to provide the highest quality certified organics across all of Australia, and this recognition makes it all very worthwhile. Our team has put a lot of work into making organic and natural wholefoods available and affordable to as many households as possible, stemming from our local Sydney roots and reaching out to nationwide distribution,” Honest to Goodness general manager, Hugh Campbell, commented.

Honest to Goodness team

Honest to Goodness stocks over 1,000 organic and natural products including nuts, tinned goods, sauces, superfoods and natural sweeteners. Their brand maintains strong and wide distribution, with their products ranging in over 800 retailers, including independent grocers and health food stores Australia-wide.

The OCCA’s are organised annually by the Centre for Organic Research and Education as part of National Organic Week. The awarding is decided by consumers and highlights the value and importance of organic products.

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