When traveling I have been known to hungrily reach for an apple at a continental breakfast, realize it is not organic and quickly draw my hand back. I have spent hours searching small towns for a coffee shop with organic coffee. I would rather go without coffee than drink coffee that isn't organic. I firmly believe there can never be enough cheese on or with any meal but when I am not certain that the cheese is organic, I am not likely to eat it. In eating and purchasing almost exclusively organic food for almost fifteen years, Jason and I consider ourselves fairly well educated on what to look for in organic labels and certifications. Yet we recently discovered that our organic food knowledge only applies to organic human food. We know very little about what it takes to make organic pet food. Honestly, while Jason and I are very picky about eating organic food ourselves, we are not as diligent with feeding organic to the dogs and cats.
What do you think about organic food for yourself and for your pets? Please take a moment to fill out this six question survey here. The results will be made into an infographic which we will be sharing later this month.