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Wakkas Organics

Wakkas Organics

What are the characteristics of organic consumers?

The national survey which we have quoted above showed that organic food consumers are more likely to be women, (44 per cent of women claimed to have consumed some organic food compared to 34 per cent of men). 

The research also suggests that organic consumers are well educated and have at least middle-level incomes. However, there were many people who claimed to consume organic food who did not fit this pattern, suggesting that organic food consumption has become more mainstream


Why Go Organic?


In one survey, the reasons why people consumed organic foods were to avoid pesticides (70 percent), eat fresh food (68 percent), maintain health and nutrition (67 percent), and avoid genetically modified foods (55 percent) (3). However, some people choose to eat organic food for ethical purposes, which is commendable.

Most organic food advocates I’ve spoken to eat organic foods because they feel organic foods are safer. “I don’t like chemicals in my foods,” they say. Or they might say, “Natural has to be safer than artificial.” 

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“Consumers are often willing to pay more for products they believe are produced in the most sustainable way possible, but we have shown that the organic methods available are not always the most sustainable choice,” says Bahlai.

The Institute of Food Technologists issued a “scientific status summary” on the organic foods industry (9). Here is an excerpt from that summary:

organic-food-choices“Organic fruits and vegetables possess fewer pesticide residues and lower nitrate levels than do conventional fruits and vegetables.

People want organic food!

 

Foodie Mark Bittman and this great website, Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen, share the results from, what they say is, a “shocking” new survey from Thompson Reuters and NPR Health about organic food.

Results showed that 58% of all Americans want organic food.

That is so amazing and I hope the numbers keeps growing. Watch out Monsanto, we’re a coming!

The other positive outcomes are that age, race, salary and education have no relevance to who wants organic and who doesn’t. 62% of people under the age of 35, given a choice, prefer to eat organic food. It also showed that people of all income levels prefer organic, which negates the long time thinking that only the rich could afford or wanted to afford organic foods.

...When asked most people knew why organic foods are best. Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen blog says, “You don’t need a college education to understand that chemical toxins are going to harm you and your children, 52.7% of people with a high school diploma or higher prefer organic.”

Another interesting finding, 12.9% think organic tastes better while 12.6% think non-organic foods taste better. It makes me laugh really because it just goes to show how trained and used to chemical-filled foods we are. Organic foods are so pure, clean and raw the way food is supposed to taste.

I’m so happy to hear about these results. We are finally teaming together to fight back. We have taken on smoking, drinking and drugs.

Now is the time to take on the food industry and protect our families.


It’s hard to believe someone hasn’t done this already! But all good ideas have their time. We believe the time is now.

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To increase brand recognition and celebrate our Aussie roots, the internationally recognised Koala is our mascot. Our cute Aussie Koala’s are known the world over, and are an iconic ambassador for Australia. But, sadly, they are now endangered. We want to help and ensure their survival. 

We donate a portion of the profits from all Wakkas Organics food outlets to the Australian Koala Foundation.

Organic Fast Food! This is such a simple but timely idea! Now everyone can enjoy delicious, healthy organic food, but it’s not some weird or exotic fairy food! Enjoy great genuine traditional tasty burgers, fries, salads, juice, and delicious organic coffee on the go. Keep up with living knowing you are eating fast, healthy organic food from your local wakkas outlet. And it could be a nice thought to have organic food delivered to your home when you are eating in..

Once found only in health food stores, organic food is now a regular feature at most supermarkets. And that's created a bit of a dilemma in the produce aisle. On one hand, you have a conventionally grown apple. On the other, you have one that's organic. Both apples are firm, shiny and red. Both provide vitamins and fiber, and both are free of fat, sodium and cholesterol. Which should you choose?
Conventionally grown produce generally costs less, but is organic food safer or more nutritious? Get the facts before you shop.
Conventional vs. organic farming
The word "organic" refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. Organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution. Farmers who grow organic produce and meat don't use conventional methods to fertilize, control weeds or prevent livestock disease. For example, rather than using chemical weedkillers, organic farmers may conduct more sophisticated crop rotations and spread mulch or manure to keep weeds at bay.

In recent decades, Australian’s have become more health conscious and aware of the consequences of poor diet. American fast food chains have become a familiar feature of modern life. With all of us experiencing increasing time pressures, they offer great advantages as a business model in terms of efficiency, affordabaility and convenience. But they have also developed a bad image and reputation for their blandness, fat content and negative health outcomes.  

We understand that some people are just too busy in their lives to worry about this organic food idea. But imagine if you were able to get all your favourite fast foods, with the speed and convenience of a modern hi-tech drive through restaurant, while knowing it was safe and nutricious, great tasting, highest quality organic food? 

Well, you know, that’s exactly the idea behind our brand new chain of Australian organic fast food outlets, we call Wakkas Organics - the new, natural and healthy alternative - organic food to go! Delicious, healthy organic food, now at prices you can afford! And so fast and convenient! 

It’s a great new business and health concept that is right up with the times. Real, restaurant quality organic food, but at fast food prices! 

At Wakkas Organics, it’s so easy to be healthy! 

By combining the best modern business concepts and economic efficiencies of the contemporary fast food restaurant model with the positive, health conscious and wholesome image associated with organic food, it is easy to see the Wakkas Organics Restaurants franchise network as a timely innovation that has huge potential as a profitable and ethical investment.

Mulching means covering the ground with a layer of loose material such as compost, manure, straw, dry grass, leaves or crop residues. Green vegetation is not normally used as it can take a long time to decompose and can attract pests and fungal diseases. Mulches have several effects on the soil which help to improve plant growth:
• Decreasing water loss due to evaporation
• Reducing weed growth by reducing the amount of light reaching the soil
• Preventing soil erosion
• Increasing the number of micro-organisms in the top soil
• Adding nutrients to the soil and improving soil structure
• Adding organic matter to the soil

Alternative mulching materials include black plastic sheeting or cardboard.
However these materials do not add nutrients to the soil or improve its structure

Organic products are a diverse range of products—including fruit, nuts and vegetables, meat from various animals, dairy products, cereals, oilseeds, plant and animal fibres, and health and body care products. The products may look like their conventional equivalents, but differ in the way they have been produced.

The modern organic farming movement began in Europe around the 1920s, when a group of farmers and consumers sought an alternative to the industrialisation of agriculture. Of key importance to these farmers and consumers was caring for the soil and the natural processes upon which agriculture depends, including not using degrading inputs such as artificial fertilisers and synthetic chemicals. 

IF YOU LOVE ORGANIC FOOD AND LIKE THE IDEAS PRESENTED HERE - BECOME A SHAREHOLDER!

OK, so now you know a little about the exciting new Australian Organic Fast Food concept already trademarked as Wakkas Organics. 

Well, the business plan is well developed and it is widely recognised that the Australians have developed a strong awareness of the importance of good diet, so it is time to get this great idea up and running and lead the market.

Byron Bay Organics, and Main Land Organics make a good team, and we are now looking for like-minded, enthusiastic partners and ethical investors, to help make our exciting dream a reality. 

We have done our research, and have all the legal structures in place. We have protected out trademarks and formed a company, so, the Wakkas Organics concept is ready to go.

If you believe that Australia, and in fact the world, is ready for fast, convenient healthy organic food, then you might like to join the adventure of building the Wakkas Organics concept and brand.

What are the characteristics of organic consumers?

The national survey which we have quoted above showed that organic food consumers are more likely to be women, (44 per cent of women claimed to have consumed some organic food compared to 34 per cent of men). 

The research also suggests that organic consumers are well educated and have at least middle-level incomes. However, there were many people who claimed to consume organic food who did not fit this pattern, suggesting that organic food consumption has become more mainstream.

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