Wild Apple

What does Organic mean?

Organic is a form of production that is controlled and certified at every stage, without using chemical inputs in production. The aim of ecological agriculture is to protect the environment, plant, animal and human health without polluting soil, water resources and air.

Organic is a scientific and legal concept. Marketing a product with expressions such as “natural, additive-free, hormone-free, pure, village product, from the farm, homemade, healthy” does not mean that it is organic.

In order for a product to be produced and marketed organically, it must be produced in line with the European Union Organic Agriculture Legislation, in accordance with the Organic Agriculture Law of the Republic of Turkey and the Organic Agriculture Regulation, and inspected by Organic Control and Certification organizations authorized by the Ministry of Agriculture, with laboratory analyzes of the producers and products, and every stage must be recorded and documented with the traceability system.

Only Natural

At Bayrak Farm, dozens of types of fruits are produced and beekeeping is carried out using completely natural and organic methods, without any pesticides or chemicals. No action is taken that will harm living health or ecology. Composts and animal manure produced naturally in the farm are used as fertilizer. The farm has the title of being the organic farm with the most variety in Turkey, with nearly forty apple varieties.

Organic vinegar, organic jam and marmalade are produced from fruits grown using completely natural methods on the farm. Vinegars are produced by the natural fermentation of fruit syrup boiled over wood fire and bottled after aging for a minimum of one and a half years.

Wild Pear
Benefits of Fermented Foods

Fermented foods help intestinal flora. Ingesting the beneficial bacteria found in fermented foods creates a supportive microbiotic ecosystem in your gastrointestinal tract. These beneficial bacteria live in your large intestine and help you fight disease-causing germs.