Organuary 2022

Minimise Waste, Maximise Nutrition

What is Organuary?

Organuary provides an opportunity to focus on including organ meats in your diet throughout the month of January. Organ meats used to be a mainstay of our diets but now rarely show up on the dinner table. In our hunter-gatherer days, organ meats were highly prized because of how satisfying they were. We now know that organ meats are some of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, particularly considering how cheap they are to buy. With that in mind, we're on a mission to bring organ meats back to our tables to minimise waste and maximise nutrition. To find out how eating organ meats twice a week or more can improve both your health and the environment scroll down to the Understanding Organuary section below. Organuary is organised by the registered charity Public Health Collaboration (PHC - Charity No. 1171887).

Understanding Organuary

Learn about the environmental impact, nutrition and recipes of organ meats.

Eating more organ meats reduces waste, improving the environment. Click the icon to find out more.

Organ meats are very nutritious and great for health. Click the icon to find out more.

Learn tasty organ meat recipes for all the family. Click the icon to find out more.

Eat Organ Meat Twice A Week Or More

Try To Source Locally

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Eating Organ Meats – The Highest Mark Of Respect!

Eating a steak or a chop, the muscle of an animal is easy. In its pre-packaged form, it bears little resemblance to the animal it once was.