Farmacy Co-op is a not-for-profit social enterprise focussed on secure access to organic food and essentials, improving heath and wellbeing and solutions that regenerate our ecosystems.
The Good Food Project is an initiative for the people of the UK who want cleaner and more ethically sourced food as well as safer and better quality household cleaning and personal care products.
Locally produced fresh raw milk obtained direct from from grass-fed, free-range herds. Nutritious, ethical, welfare-friendly, sustainable.
We are a group of people from South Staffordshire (Lichfield, Burntwood and surrounding areas), who recognise that we are living in a very toxic world.
The food we eat, the water we drink, the air, EMF pollution and the everyday constant stress of modern living all takes a huge toll on our health and wellbeing. Much of the food in the supermarket contains toxic ingredients, and is low in important nutrients. Obesity, cancer, diabetes, autoimmune, mental health and cardio-vascular diseases are all at record highs; it is no wonder that the NHS is overwhelmed and cracking under the strain.
Most food (except organically produced) is grown with the aid of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilisers which can not only harm human gut health, they also ruin the natural microbe life in the soil, making it harder and ever more expensive to farm the next year when even more pesticides and fertilisers are needed.
There is a better way of living. What if we could all go back 50 or so years and eat natural, wholesome tasty food, grown and produced locally, so giving both the local economy and our wellbeing a much needed boost. Packaging would be much less as the goods wouldn’t have to travel far, so there would be less plastic and other nonbiodegradable rubbish to poison the earth. 'Locally produced' is also eco-friendly, more cost-effective and sustainable. With less transportation and middlemen, there's numerous obvious benefits there too, including more money in the farmer's pockets.
The best way of showing the domineering global corporations that control most of the food production and supply chains is to simply stop buying their products. So that is exactly what we started to do.