Many bakers are using organic flour to produce their artisinal hearth breads. This has numerous advantages, and poses at least as many challenges. There is a definite marketing advantage for bread made with organic flour, especially in some markets. Organic agriculture is seen as being "Earth-Friendly," whereas conventional agriculture is often held responsible for groundwater pollution, erosion, and the destruction of the traditional family farm and rural society. Not only is organically grown wheat certifiably free of potentially hazardous contaminants, it is often grown on smaller, family-owned and operated farms and milled by smaller, independent, locally-owned companies. Many see this as a milieu worth supporting, although this small business scenario is changing as General Mills, ConAgra, and Bay State venture into the organic market.
What is organic flour? A flour that carries the label "Certified Organically Grown" should have passed through a rigorously controlled, inspected, and documented pathway from seed to flour sack. There are several organizations that certify flour (and other foods). Known as third party certifiers, each has its own set of rules, but they all contain the same basic stipulations. The Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA), Farm Verified Organic (FVO), and the Organic Growers and Buyers Association (OGBA) are among the most prominent. You should be able to obtain from your supplier a certificate form verifying your flour's "organic-ness."
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Welcome to Arab Beverages Establishment. Our family business has been operating in the United Arab Emirates since 1967 both in manufacturing and distribution. Arab Beverages produces and distributes premium quality beverage and foodstuffs.
We have been producing beverages for 25 years. Quality is our name.