VANCOUVER, British Columbia
- Nov. 30, 2020
-- The market for organic food products is increasing worldwide. The product must meet certified standards, appropriately labelled "organic," for production, handling, processing, and marketing. Notably, the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and genetic modification is not allowed.
The way your food is grown or raised can have a tremendous impact on your physical and emotional health as well as the environment. Organic foods often have more beneficial nutrients, like antioxidants, than their conventionally grown counterparts, and people with allergies to foods, chemicals or preservatives often find their symptoms lessen or go away when they eat only organic foods.
As you can see, there are numerous reasons to choose organic food, but can it be made available to every consumer? The answer is YES! And U-Farm Eco Technologies Corp. is here to bring the season's best choice of certified organic, locally-grown produce and farm products. Buying organic food has never been easier; you no longer need to attend local farmers' markets or drive outside the city to reach farmers. We do it for you! We visit farms and develop partnerships to deliver only the best and most sustainably produced food; doing whatever it takes to get you local and organic food efficiently is our priority!
Our Mission is to create an easy way to improve access to organic, locally grown food to anyone, anywhere, and anytime. At U-Farm, we believe that everyone has a right to have healthy and fresh food, and we are here to deliver the best ingredients and excellent products right to your doorsteps. We select local products from partners who care about your food and our environment.About U-Farm Eco Technologies Corp.:
U-Farm Eco Technologies Corp. offers sustainably produced, local and organic food delivered right to your doorstep. By supporting local farmers and producers, we bring back the human connection with the roots of agriculture. Each delivery comes with news updates from the farm, delicious recipes, storing tips, and much more (http://ufarm.company/