WA Fresh Delivered only offers conventionally grown produce for sale.
We also do our very best to ensure all the produce we sell and deliver to our customers is of the best possible quality.
We're also happy offer either a refund or store credit should you ever receive something from us which isn’t up to scratch - just get in contact with us after receiving an order, and we’ll be more than happy to help.
Why don't you sell organic produce?
In short - we feel that consumers are getting a bad deal when it comes to organic products. It's a case of spending extra money, but getting nothing in return for it.
First and foremost, there is a continued scarcity of scientifically supported studies investigating and validating the potential beneficial health effects of an organic diet.
Repeated systematic reviews of the limited available studies to date have persistently concluded that:
- there is "little significant difference in health benefits between organic and conventional foods" and “there isn’t much difference between organic and conventional foods, if you’re an adult and making a decision based solely on your health”. 
- "the nutrient composition differs only minimally between organic and conventional crops, with modestly higher contents of phenolic compounds in organic fruit and vegetables." 
Secondly, organically farmed food has a bigger climate impact than conventionally farmed food, due to the greater areas of land required . One scientific study found that:
- On results from Sweden, "organic peas... have around a 50 percent bigger climate impact than conventionally farmed peas. For some foodstuffs, there is an even bigger difference -- for example, with organic... winter wheat the difference is closer to 70 percent,"
- "The greater land-use in organic farming leads indirectly to higher carbon dioxide emissions, thanks to deforestation"
- "Because organic meat and milk production uses organic feed-stock, it also requires more land than conventional production."
Thirdly, whilst Australian laws on labelling are clear that "Misleading, false or deceptive organic claims are against the law", such deception and food fraud still occurs.
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Are organic foods safer or healthier than conventional alternatives? A systematic review. Ann Intern Med 2012;157:348-66
 Human health implications of organic food and organic agriculture: a comprehensive review
Axel Mie, Helle Raun Andersen, Stefan Gunnarsson, Johannes Kahl, Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot, Ewa Rembiałkowska, Gianluca Quaglio, and Philippe Grandjean. Environ Health. 2017; 16: 111.
 Chalmers University of Technology. (2018, December 13). Organic food worse for the climate?. ScienceDaily.