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The Organic Trade Board (OTB) has one mission: to grow organic sales in the UK. We do this by communicating the benefits of organic directly with consumers via our organic promotion campaign. We also work with our members, the press, government and other bodies to help increase organic sales.

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Consumer Campaign

Organic. Naturally Different

Our award winning campaign has just re-launched and been running since 2010 and consists of advertising, digital and PR activity, all with one mission: to grow organic sales. Sales of organic have increased since the campaign began and it's also succeeded in changing consumer's attitudes to organic.

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Saxon Agriculture

Saxon Agriculture are one of the UK's largest traders and importers of raw materials for the organic animal feed and human consumption sectors. They have been trading since 1997 and are registered with the Organic Food Federation. They have one of the biggest databases of suppliers throughout the organic world which gives them extremely cost effective sourcing solutions.

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Book now for 2015 OTB Retail Briefing

Prosper and Grow with Organic Wednesday 4 March 2015, Central London. We are busy finalising the plans for the 2015 OTB Retail Briefing. Full information will be released after Christmas but we thought you would like to hear a few highlights to whet your appetite and find out how to book your ticket. The annual briefing is a key part of your membership benefit package and as an OTB member you are entitled to one free place for your company. You can book further places but we expect the briefing to sell out quickly so don’t delay in booking up.

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