Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
August 22nd, Colle, an online organic farmers market, praises an article published on allAfrica.com which discusses the rise of organic markets in Uganda, Africa and how more organic foods are being exported as a result.
According to the article, The National Organic Agricultural Movement of Uganda (NOGAMU) supports the growing of crops without the use of chemicals or unnatural fertilizers. The article quotes Derrick Kamyula Tenywa, the Domestic Marketing Officer at NOGAMU, who stated, “The crops planted organically are not contaminated by chemicals, a reason for increased income for the producers.” The article explains that The NOGAMU requests that farmers cultivate natural soil by using fertilizers which have been produced from animal waste.
The article states that other businesses from Uganda like Bio Uganda Limited and Green Organic Watch successfully export organic goods such as fresh and dried fruits and cocoa beans. Colle commends the successful exporting for these Uganda-bound organic businesses. As an online organic farmers market community, Colle believes in the importance of getting consumers the most natural, delicious, and health benefiting foods as possible.
The article quotes Uganda Export Promotions Board representative, Florence Kata who states, “The demand for organic products is high in the export market because today's consumer is extremely conscious on health matters.” The article explains that any company claiming to export organic goods must have proof with certification and that the popularity of exporting organic products will continue to grow if consumers remain health conscious.
Colle is an E-Commerce enabled farmers market community that is passionate about sustainable consumption and responsible conservation. The Colle movement strives to join together natural product vendors, organic farmers, and all consumers who live an organic and natural lifestyle with the ultimate goal of developing more sustainable farming and consumerism.