Our small MOGLi team all have one thing in common: our love of nature. We all spend a lot of time in nature, want to protect it and inspire others to spend as much time as possible in nature as well – we’re particularly keen to inspire enthusiasm in children, because having adventures in the great outdoors is the most wonderful thing in the world, especially for little ones. 

Our small MOGLi team all have one thing in common: our love of nature. We all spend a lot of time in nature, want to protect it and inspire others to spend as much time as possible in nature as well – we’re particularly keen to inspire enthusiasm in children, because having adventures in the great outdoors is the most wonderful thing in the world, especially for little ones. 

Why we do what we do

We all lead busy lives, during the week and at weekends. And we don’t always have time to prepare enough snacks to keep us going between meals when we’re out and about. That’s how we came up with the idea of developing sustainable, tasty snacks to enjoy on the go, which appeal to the whole family while also playing a role in conserving the environment. We set great store by knowing the origins of the ingredients used in our products and how they have been grown.

This is why we consider it essential to support the most sustainable form of agriculture – Demeter biodynamic agriculture – through the sale of every item; not by means of donations, but rather through close collaboration with our Demeter farmers themselves. We endeavour to source our products from regional suppliers wherever possible – mostly from small Demeter family farms.

Why we do what we do

We all lead busy lives, during the week and at weekends. And we don’t always have time to prepare enough snacks to keep us going between meals when we’re out and about. That’s how we came up with the idea of developing sustainable, tasty snacks to enjoy on the go, which appeal to the whole family while also playing a role in conserving the environment. We set great store by knowing the origins of the ingredients used in our products and how they have been grown.

This is why we consider it essential to support the most sustainable form of agriculture – Demeter biodynamic agriculture – through the sale of every item; not by means of donations, but rather through close collaboration with our Demeter farmers themselves. We endeavour to source our products from regional suppliers wherever possible – mostly from small Demeter family farms.

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But what exactly is Demeter certification?

 

The Demeter quality mark on food items functions in the same way as the well-known organic label. However, obtaining Demeter certification is, to some extent, subject to even stricter requirements than organic certification in relation to agricultural crop production and animal husbandry.

At the heart of every Demeter farm lies the circular economy of its agricultural system. In simple terms, this means that farmers only keep as many animals as they need to grow crops. Cow manure is used to fertilise plants and vegetables, and these, in turn, feed the animals and humans. Farmers use only natural ingredients for fertilising, feeding, and caring for their animals. This means that Demeter-certified products are not just good for us and our children – they’re also good for animals and the environment. This method of cultivation promotes soil fertility, biodiversity and animal welfare, thus ensuring conservation of our natural world for future generations as well as lower CO2 emissions.

This biodynamic approach to farming means:

  • rejecting genetic engineering methods
  • the controlled cultivation of seed-bearing plants
  • using only natural plant protection products as well as biodynamic preparations to strengthen plants and soil
  • avoiding the painful practice of dehorning in cows
  • the cows eat a 100% organic diet, two-thirds of which is Demeter-certified, and at least 50% of their feed comes from the farm where the ruminants reside
demeter logo

But what exactly is Demeter certification?

 

The Demeter quality mark on food items functions in the same way as the well-known organic label. However, obtaining Demeter certification is, to some extent, subject to even stricter requirements than organic certification in relation to agricultural crop production and animal husbandry.

At the heart of every Demeter farm lies the circular economy of its agricultural system. In simple terms, this means that farmers only keep as many animals as they need to grow crops. Cow manure is used to fertilise plants and vegetables, and these, in turn, feed the animals and humans. Farmers use only natural ingredients for fertilising, feeding, and caring for their animals. This means that Demeter-certified products are not just good for us and our children – they’re also good for animals and the environment. This method of cultivation promotes soil fertility, biodiversity and animal welfare, thus ensuring conservation of our natural world for future generations as well as lower CO2 emissions.

This biodynamic approach to farming means:

  • rejecting genetic engineering methods
  • the controlled cultivation of seed-bearing plants
  • using only natural plant protection products as well as biodynamic preparations to strengthen plants and soil
  • avoiding the painful practice of dehorning in cows
  • the cows eat a 100% organic diet, two-thirds of which is Demeter-certified, and at least 50% of their feed comes from the farm where the ruminants reside

We believe that the use of sustainable farming practices can make the world a better place.

We believe that the use of sustainable farming practices can make the world a better place.