About Greens’ Products

1. Are all your products Organic?

No, but all products are 100% Non-GMO (Non-Genetically Modified Organisms), and most of our products are certified Organic. We really care about the food quality and unfortunately, until now we can’t find everything to be Organic. We assure you that everything we sell, import, and export are Non-GMO.

2. Are all your products Gluten-Free?

Unfortunately, they are not. Please make sure to read carefully or use the filter by categories to find the Gluten-Free Products.

3. Are all your products Dairy Free?

Sadly, they are not. Please make sure to read carefully or use the filter by categories to find the Dairy-Free Products.

4. Are all your products Nut Free?

No, they are not. Please make sure to read carefully or use the filter by categories to find the Nut Free Products.

5. Do Organic/Non-GMO Foods mean Diet Foods?

Organic foods mean better for you with much better ingredients that are healthier because of their nature.

6. Are all your products Hydrogenated Oils Free?

Yes, absolutely and you don’t have to worry about that.

7. Where can I find your products?

Our Products are available in many places such as:
A. Green Organic Store
B. Hyper Markets ( Mishref, West Mishref, Jabriyah, Qurtoba, Rawda, Qadsiyah, Nuzha, Masnoriyah, Abdullah Alsalem, Funtas, Zahra, Salam, Surrah, Aidilyah, Shamiyah, Khaldiyah, Daiya, Yarmouk, Andalus, Shuhada, Eshbelyah, Bayan)
C. All Trolley Branches (+40)
D. Saveco (Al-Rai, Wholesome Foods & Avenues)
E. Mini Markets: (Target Grocery Salmiyah, Hi & Buy, Orange, My Cart, Taw9eel, Yahaal, Dinoo)
F. Restaurants and Cafes
G. The Approved Market

8. Do you have any products that have gelatin or any animal derivatives such as lard, etc…?

Absolutely not, they are not at all.

Returns and Refunds

1. You have 14 days for Returns

If you would you don’t want any item in your order you can return it to us within 14 days in the condition in which it arrived and we will issue you a full refund for the item. Please keep the original receipt with you in order to get a full refund. (Also, please note that you will be responsible for the cost of returning the item if it is not faulty). *Otherwise, please visit us and have a full refund without any delivery charges.

2. For Damaged Products

Our aim is always to keep our customer service at the top level, so rest assured that your item(s) will be delivered in perfect conditions. Whilst we try very hard to deliver your items to you in perfect condition if you do receive any that are damaged or faulty then we will issue a replacement product free of charge.

General Questions about the Organic & Non-GMO Foods

1. What does Organic mean?

Simply stated, organic produce and other ingredients are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation. Animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products do not take antibiotics or growth hormones. The USDA National Organic Program (NOP) defines organic as follows: Organic food is produced by farmers who emphasize the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality for future generations. Organic meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones. Organic food is produced without using most conventional pesticides; fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients or sewage sludge; bioengineering; or ionizing radiation. Before a product can be labeled “organic,” a Government-approved certifier inspects the farm where the food is grown to make sure the farmer is following all the rules necessary to meet USDA organic standards. Companies that handle or process organic food before it gets to your local supermarket or restaurant must be certified, too.


2. How does a farmer go about converting land to organic status?

Converting land to organic status is a three-year process. There is a two-year conversion process consisting of building up the fertility of the land. Produce grown in the first year cannot be stated as organic. In the second year produce may be stated as “In Conversion”. It is not until the third year that produce may be stated as fully organic. Soil and natural fertility building are important parts of organic farming.


3. Why does organic cost more?

The truth of the matter is that organic food doesn’t always cost more. Some items, such as coffee, cereal, bread, and even hamburger, may cost the same or even less than their conventional counterparts. And, as the demand for organics continues to grow, the cost will continue to come down. When the cost is higher, consider these facts:

Organic farmers don’t receive federal subsidies as conventional farmers do. Therefore, the price of organic food reflects the true cost of growing.

The price of conventional food does not reflect the cost of environmental cleanups that we pay for through our tax dollars.

Organic farming is more labor and management intensive.

Organic farms are usually smaller than conventional farms and so do not benefit from the economies of scale that larger growers get.


4. Is organic food more nutritious than conventional food?

At this time, there is no definitive research that makes this claim. It is extremely difficult to conduct studies that would control the many variables that might affect nutrients, such as seeds, soil type, climate, postharvest handling, and crop variety. However, some recently published studies in peer-reviewed journals have shown organic foods to have higher nutritional value. For example, researchers at the University of California, Davis, recently found that organic tomatoes had higher levels of phytochemicals and vitamin C than conventional tomatoes.


5. Does organic food taste better?

Taste is definitely an individual matter, but hundreds of gourmet chefs across the nation are choosing organic food to prepare because they believe it has superior taste and quality. An increasing number of consumers are also of the opinion that organic food tastes better. Because organic food is grown in well-balanced soil, it makes sense that these healthy plants have a great taste. Try organic food for yourself and see what you think!


6. Do ‘organic’ and ‘natural’ mean the same thing?

No, “natural” and “organic” are not interchangeable terms. In general, “natural” on a food label means that it has no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. It does not refer to the methods or materials used to produce the food ingredients.

Other common food labels should also not be confused with organic labels. For example, the guidelines for certified organic beef include — among a number of requirements — access to pasture during a minimum 120-day grazing season and no growth hormones. But the labels “free-range” or “hormone-free,” while they must be used truthfully, do not indicate a farmer followed all guidelines for organic certification.


7. Organic food: Is it safer or more nutritious?

There is a growing body of evidence that shows some potential health benefits of organic foods when compared with conventionally grown foods. While these studies have shown differences in the food, there is limited information to draw conclusions about how these differences translate into overall health benefits. Potential benefits include the following:

Nutrients. Studies have shown small to moderate increases in some nutrients in organic produce. The best evidence of a significant increase is in certain types of flavonoids, which have antioxidant properties.

Omega-3 fatty acids. The feeding requirements for organic livestock farming, such as the primary use of grass and alfalfa for cattle, result in generally higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, a kind of fat that is more heart-healthy than other fats. These higher omega-3 fatty acids are found in organic meats, dairy, and eggs.

Toxic metal. Cadmium is a toxic chemical naturally found in soils and absorbed by plants. Studies have shown significantly lower cadmium levels in organic grains, but not fruits and vegetables when compared with conventionally grown crops. The lower cadmium levels in organic grains may be related to the ban on synthetic fertilizers in organic farming.

Pesticide residue. Compared with conventionally grown produce, organically grown produce has lower detectable levels of pesticide residue. Organic produce may have residue because of pesticides approved for organic farming or because of airborne pesticides from conventional farms. The difference in health outcomes is unclear because of safety regulations for maximum levels of residue allowed on conventional produce.

Bacteria. Meats produced conventionally may have a higher occurrence of bacteria resistant to antibiotic treatment. The overall risk of bacterial contamination of organic foods is the same as conventional foods.


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