"Our organic growers have magnificent products," says Tenay Barker, Eco-farms Business Development Manager.
says consistency in volume supply will now be the sector's biggest supply-chain issue; with support for new growers an important part of expanding the industry.
"It can be a challenge for new growers to match the quality of those who have been in organics for years.
"Our buyers work with the growers on an extensive basis to provide feedback and assistance towards a high-value product that meets quality expectations."
says with organic awareness growing, low quality in organics will no longer sell - "particularly in large retail where quality criteria are very strict".
says greater mainstream recognition of the superior quality of organic will pay off for growers.
"Their dedication to continued improvement in growing methods and supply management has given us the ability to supply an ever-increasing number of product lines," says Tenay