This is a usual question that people use to do. What are the differences between eco, bio… or organic products?
The answer can’t be simple (and beautiful) as: none!
Let’s do one of my favourites things to do: check the meaning of the words on the dictionary.
Eco – the diminutive coming from ecological -: of or relating to ecology, the science of the relationships between organisms and their environments. Practice, policy, product, etc. tending to benefit or cause minimal damage to the environment.
Bio – the diminutive coming from biological -: pertaining to biology, the natural science that study the life and living organisms. Related to products, the bioproducts or bio-based products are materials, chemicals and energy derived from renewable biological resources.
Organic: produced by nature; not artificial or manmade. Natural, pesticide-free, not-natural-chemistry free, additive-free.
Conclusion: the three of them are differents words to describe things related to living organisms, environments, life and nature, at the end, things that there are not manipulated by non-natural things. At the end, the three of them are related to things not artificial, which means, NATURAL things.
So… let’s do a salad with all af them, because this salad will be pure, healthy and absolutely yummy! 😉
Much eco (as bio and organic) love!