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By now you may have realised that at First Ray we are passionate about good food. This is our place to share with you food news and issues - the good, the bad, controversial or not. We feel they are important and that you may find them of interest.

  • World Bank Calls for Global Effort to Save our Oceans

    The head of the World Bank has warned oceans are being hurt by overfishing, pollution and climate change and called on the Australian government to join a $US1.5 billion ($1.4 billion) "save our seas" plan to improve fish stocks and boost the global economy. …

  • First Ray our New Look and Website

    First Ray our New Look and Website

    Welcome to First Ray's new look and our new website. We hope you enjoy discovering our new site and the many great brands and products that we have chosen to offer you. We wanted a site that gave us the ability to interact more with our customers and the many people that are looking for healthy organic, ethical food choices.

    Some great new and improved sections of our site include:

  • 5 Ways to Eat Cruelty Free

    5 Ways to Eat Cruelty Free

    5 Ways to eat cruelty free. Tips on the following food groups
    Dairy, Seafood, Meat, Eggs and Vegetables.

  •  IQ Deficiencies Caused by Exposure to Pesticides  During Pregnancy

    IQ Deficiencies Caused by Exposure to Pesticides During Pregnancy

    US studies show children's IQ deficiencies caused by exposure to pesticides during pregnancy.

  • Greenpeace 2012 Sustainable Tuna Guide

    Greenpeace 2012 Sustainable Tuna Guide

    Greenpeace 2012 Sustainable Tuna Guide - Fish 4 Ever continues to set the benchmark for sustainable fishing. …

  • Consumers say no to GMO

    Consumers say no to GMO

    As Moratoriums on genetically modified (GM) crops are lifted and regulations relaxed around Australia, Truth in labelling' campaigns are calling for better labelling of foods containing GM products or derivatives. And consumers are right behind them demanding greater choice and transparency.…

  • Organics embraced by Ipswich at new Wray Organic store

    Organics embraced by Ipswich at new Wray Organic store

    Wray Organic celebrated the opening of the group's fifth store in Queensland when a 300 metre square Wray Organic market and cafe store opened its doors, in the city of Ipswich in April. The new store has been serving a broad demographic of local and country customers, and co-owner Deborah Wray is happy with the customer response so far. She says being chemical and pesticide-free is the major reason that people buy organic food.…

 

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