Our Organic Story


The AOM Group led by the founders of the organic beef industry in Australia have maintained a long history of building strategic partnerships across the supply chain to ensure we deliver on our quality promise.

AOM The Australian Organic Meat Group is a partnership between two long-standing traditional organic farming families. The Tully and O’Leary families have over 100 years of farming history in Australia and are foundation members of the Australian organic movement.

AOM has expanded to represent and market the organic produce from a wide network of organic beef and lamb producers looking for the reliability and loyalty of strong customer support networks. AOM is committed to certified organic environmentally sustainable production systems that provide opportunities for the next generation of farmers around the world. AOM, with the support of our valued processer partners, can guarantee a continuous high quality of supply of organic beef and lamb items across a full range of fresh chilled, value added, and frozen products.

AOM Group has built an excellent track record of building new programs for retail customers from a nil starting point. Each program is tailor made to the customer requirements and is backed up with a full supply commitment. Our goal is to consistently supply premium quality grass fed certified organic beef and lamb. Each customer has different needs and challenges and AOM provides personalised, responsive service to each member of the supply network.

We will Consistently Supply Premium Quality, Grass Fed, Australian Certified Organic Beef

What is Organic?
Organic is a way of growing food products in greater harmony with nature, without using synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics or growth hormones.

What is Certified Organic?
Certified Organic products must be grown and processed according to the National Standards for Organic and Biodynamic Produce.

Organic Foods Are:
  • Regulated by strict standards and yearly inspections
  • Processed without synthetic colours, flavours, preservatives and other common additives
  • In greater harmony with nature using methods to protect soil, water and air quality
  • Safer for farmers to grow
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