Organic meat sales continue to surge in North America with 51 % growth registered in 2005.
IFOAM Publishes Training Manual for Organic Agriculture in the Arid Tropics.
The organic supermarket Yardo opened the first organic cookery studio in Switzerland in April 2006.
"Today’s vote is a milestone for consumer and health protection in Europe..."
13.5 million servings of organic salads are sent across each week by Earthbound Farm’s plant in California.
Since the launch of two Vierlinden stores in 2005, there has been no news of the Rewe initiative with purely organic supermarkets.
Discovery of pesticide residues in organic produce imported into the Irish Republic.
Scottish Food & Drink Excellence Award 2006 goes to Johnson Seafarms, Shetland (Scotland).
An investigation will be launched into the sale of bogus organic meat in Britain.
After five years of stagnation, Denmark’s organic industry is growing again.
As reported by Greenplanet, there were 5700 organic producers in Puglia/Italy in 2005.
The Italian newspaper „Republica“ has published a special feature on the organic sector.
The Soil Association’s Organic Market Report 2005 on the developments of the organic market in Britain.
Farm organisations and groups are organising a movement across India to combat suicide among farmers.
More and more companies in Verona canvass the stock market and the Merchant Bank.
Organic Exchange stated that national organic cotton sales increased 55 % annually.
Spain is one of the main producers of organic food in Europe; about 80 % of its organic production is exported, mainly to Northern European countries.
The world’s largest retailer has decided to sell more organic food, starting this summer.
IFOAM would like to express its deep concern and unease about the upcoming Africa Fertilizer Summit, June 9-13 in Nigeria.
At the end of March, the discounter Plus, that belongs to the Tengelmann group, launched another campaign advertising its own organic brand range BioBio.