GO ORGANIC FESTIVAL 8TH & 9TH SEPTEMBER BATTERSEA PARK, LONDON
We love getting the word out about why organic hair care is so great and we love it even more when we get to do it in an amazing environment surrounded by inspirational people. So when we got invited to speak at the GO Organic Festival taking place in London this September, we jumped at the chance.
On the 8th and 9th September, Battersea Park will play host to a real paradigm-shifting event offering live music, organic food and drink, chill out zones, loads for the kids and an abundance of passionate and important presentations, held in the Natural Talks Theatre.
On Sunday 9th September, 1:30-2pm, this is where you’ll find Tabitha, our organic hair pioneer, speaking out about how simple changes to your haircare routine can help reduce pollution.
If you love all things organic, or you’re keen to learn more about it, this event, the UK’s BIGGEST organic festival, is a must for you. There will be more than 100 food, drink and lifestyle brands showcasing their amazing wares (look out for the Tabitha James Kraan Organics stand and come say ‘hi’!) and a sprawling marketplace where you can stock up on just about anything you need.
The Go! Organic Festival Story
So, who’s behind this amazing weekend and how was it born? A organic-loving Brighton based events company kick-started the whole thing, spurred on by their own passion for organic, sustainable and eco-friendly produce without compromise and conversations with industry friends, who also shared that love.
After 22 years developing and growing their organic B2B show, Natural and Organic Products Europe and writing for Natural Products Magazine, launching an event where the general public could explore, learn and buy wonderful organic produce came as the next clear piece of the puzzle.
But why? What is it about going organic that this team felt was important enough to go to all this trouble?
‘Because organic matters to all of us, our families and our planet! Buying certified organic products means; always free range, fewer pesticides, no artificial colours or preservatives, better for wildlife (think the birds, the hedgehogs, the bugs & the bees!), avoids antibiotics and ensures you know where your food is from. It’s better for the soil, it’s better for our health, it’s better for our wildlife and it’s a lot better for the future of the planet.’GO Organic Festival
Supported by the Soil Association and the Organic Trade Board, this festival guarantees an incredible couple of days with the very best in the biz on site. We can’t wait to take it all in and give our very own talk! And we hope you all come along and join in the fun.