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Rosemary, Thyme, Oregano, Sideritis and Sage
Pomegranates, Lemons, Figs, Table Grapes, Blackberries and Prickly Pear
Exceptional Greek Pistachios, Honey and Olive Oil
Artichaut and Asparagu
By buying our products you are participating in
the restoration of our ecosystem
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Which landscape would you rather be eating from?
Living in a degenerative relationship with nature’s living systems.
Chemically-intensive, monoculture, annual crops
Practices: Tilling, overgrazing, clear cutting, synthetic/chemical fertiliser and pesticides, use of antibiotics, growth hormones and medication in animals
The organic label prevents some of the worst things in agriculture : Absence of chemical pesticides, fertilisers and GMOS. However, it is still compatible with other aspects of destructive agricultural practices such as monoculture, tilling and annual crops. It is simply defined by a set of technical checklists, the 'do less harm' approach.
Practices: Crop rotation, green manure compost, biological pest control, herbicides and insecticides, rotational grazing patterns
Takes inspiration from natural processes, and works to imitate them. It focuses on practices that increase biodiversity, enrich the soil, improve water quality, enhance ecosystem services and reverse climate change. Regenerative agriculture renews existing resources and regenerate damaged ecosystems, instead of depleting them.
It comes in many forms: Polycultures, Agroforestry, Perennial crops, Native species, Compost and compost tea, Cover Crops, Mulching, No-till farming, Alley cropping, Wind breaks and hedgerows, Pasture cropping, Holistically managed grazing, Animal integration.
Become a regenerative consumer
Farming is the front line of of the ecological battle
...and you don’t need to be a farmer to participate in the regenerative revolution. With enough consumer demand, we have the power to move markets towards regeneration and make the changes we want to see in our food system.
Don't waste your money on expensive superfoods when food from a regenerative farm is all you need to be healthy! Conventional agricultural methods have stripped the nutrients from the soil in which the food we eat grows. Crops grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the varieties most of us get today. Regenerative agriculture aims to regenerate and revitalize the health of our soil.
Free of Chemicals
Avoiding abusive and toxic herbicides, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, fumigants and GMO's. This helps protect our soil, the ecosystem and your health. By working with nature instead of against it, we ensure that our soil receives proper care, restores the natural balances of ecosystems and strengthens the resilience of our system.
Cut your Carbon Footprint
Improve the rate at which CO2 is removed from the atmosphere, and sequestered in the soil (where it belongs). Agriculture is responsible for up to one-third of all human-caused greenhouse-gas emissions. By choosing regenerative food, you can mitigate the effects of climate change in a way that feels empowering and tastes amazing.
Regenerative farmers favour perennial plants (plants that live for several years without needing to be replanted), because of their established root systems, reduced soil disturbance, no need for tilling or other external inputs. The majority of crops in commercial agricultural are annual crops. By supporting perennial crops, you are supporting healthy soil for future generations, helping your future grandchildren receive the benefits from nature.
Are you in?
Vote with your feet, make it a journey and tag #mazifarm along the way!
Buy food from your local farmers market
and support CSA
Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.”
Get to know your farmer.
Don't be shy to ask questions on their growing practices: How are they fertilising their crops? Are they practicing no till farming? Are they a traditional local variety or GMO seeds?
(It's important to note, that some farmers may practice regenerative methods but never chose to be certified 'organic', hence the importance of asking the right questions.)
Integrate perennials in your diet
Go for fruit, berries, nuts, acorn, artichoke and rhubarb.
Support regenerative brands
that source their raw materials from regenerative systems (e.g., Patagonia provisions, Lush Cosmetics etc.,).
Support Mazi Spoon
Our sister brand that sells beyond organic produce sourced from regenerative farmers : a guarantee of superior nutrient quality and environmental sustainability.