NEWS & TIPS
As a team of parents, our children’s future matters.
We’ve always focused on the food that our little ones eat by sourcing the best quality ingredients, all certified organic which means we ensure produce are grown like nature intended, and in a way that does not degrade the environment.
But what about our packaging?
Here at Only Organic, we are a team of parents who love creating tasty, balanced recipes (with the help of a nutritionist) that babies love to eat! We’re always on the lookout for new ingredients and constantly improving our favourite recipes, carefully adjusting each according to age group. All our ingredients are certified organic - we try our best to source New Zealand grown where possible and work with some amazing NZ growers and farmers.
Only Organic started out in the late 1990s as a family-owned company and continues to remain that way. Today, our modern factory located in West Auckland employs a great team of locals, and we have a number of families working with us.
This is a gorgeous time of year with crisp sunny mornings and nature’s beautiful golden colours all around. Embrace this time and bring the season’s freshest ingredients into your kitchen to nourish your family. Eating with the seasons means you’re getting produce when it’s most nutritious, as fruit and vegetables are allowed to ripen naturally. You may also find it’s a cheaper way to fuel your household as produce is cheaper when it’s in abundance. Here are some of our favourite autumn vegetables and fruit.
We love summer. Fun family days at the beach, parks and playgrounds, and longer evenings with picnic dinners outside. It’s vital to protect our little ones from the fierce sun when we’re spending more time outdoors. Their developing skin is delicate and sensitive, and sunburn in childhood is not only painful, it can increase the risk of developing skin cancers in adulthood. It’s important to wear wide-brimmed hats, cover up and choose a quality sunscreen.
Getting away on family holidays is not always easy. Getting time off work, organising someone to look after the house and pets, and affording accommodation and travel can make the dream holiday hard to put into reality. Here are a few ideas to create some holiday fun for your family, without breaking the bank.