Organix meet at the farm

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The staff of Organix met at Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre today. They enjoyed a Reedbed Ramble, a Farm Tour and talked about sustainable building design over lunch! As always, lunch was organic, seasonal and fresh from the farm. Chicken pie; saffron and kale tart; leaf salad; roast carrot and beetroot; cheese and tomato focaccia on the side; and for dessert, sticky toffee pudding.

Organix makes organic foods for babies and toddlers, established by Lizzie Vann in 1992. They have a strong culture of healthy, organic food (no junk) and the company makes a lot of effort to communicate with the customer. Organix have a blog which lets you know what they’re up to, and their packaging ‘shouts’ organic. So they understood why we tell our customers about the Sheepdrove story

The Reedbed Ramble, Farm Tour and the eco-building conversations were something new for the Organix team. But all 35 could relate to how an award-winning business with outstanding projects emerged from strong ethical principles.

Sheepdrove is a great place to base a meeting if you aim to stimulate new ideas and fresh thinking in your business. If you fancy a day here for your staff team, please book the venue well in advance to avoid disappointment. For a group of 35 – 60 the Beech Room is perfect.

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