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Guide to logos on our products

You may see one, (or all) of the following logos on our products. Here is a quick guide to what they mean.


GB - ORG - 05

EU Agriculture

The EU organic symbol is always accompanied by a code number for traceability of ingredients. The new look logo was created by German design student Dušan Milenković, who entered a competition to design the logo alongside hundreds of other keen designers throughout Europe.

The number that appears beneath the logo on our products is our organic certifier code. This is GB-ORG-05 (GB=Great Britain, ORG = organic, 05 = soil association.)

Underneath this code, there is a statement of where the products have been farmed. eg: EU Agriculture.


The Soil Association logo indicates that the product is certified organic by the Soil Association. Look for the Soil Association symbol for your guarantee that the product has been checked and meets the strictest standards for organic purity and integrity.

 Fairtrade Logo

The Fairtrade Mark is a registered certification label for products sourced from producers in developing countries. In order to display this logo on our products, we must meet the strict guidelines laid out by the international certification body Fairtrade Labelling Organisations International (FLO).

The Crossed Grain Symbol is awarded by the organisation Coeliac UK and means that the product is gluten free. The logo is a quick way for coeliacs and those with gluten intolerances to find out what is safe for them to eat. The code beneath the logo is the Doves Farm reference number.


The Kosher symbol means that the product has been prepared according to Kosher guidelines and has been approved by a Rabbi.


The Vegetarian Society Logo means that a product has been officially approved as being free from animal products as well as being certified cruelty free by The Vegetarian Society.