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Global protests: March Against Monsanto #MAM

The organisation March Against Monsanto #MAM announced that 2018 May 19th will be the date for the 7th international March Against Monsanto grassroots campaign. The global events will take place in hundreds of cities on six continents with the objective to further educate and raise awareness about Monsanto’s genetically modified seeds and the increasingly toxic food supply, as well as its merger with the German pesticide, GMO and pharmaceutical giant Bayer.  

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IFOAM and FiBL study: Socio-economic impacts of GMOs on European agriculture

IFOAM EU Group recently released a new study on the impacts of GMOs on European agriculture, in partnership with FiBL (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture). Because of the high risk of adventitious presence of GMOs at different steps of the production chain and the consequences, there is a huge effort and high expense for measures to avoid contamination. The study aims at identifying coexistence strategies of non-GM and organic supply chain actors to ensure GMO-free products and estimate the coexistence costs.

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The Green Path Project: an Indian flagship model

The South Indian social entrepreneur Mr H.R. Jayaram started his organic journey two decades ago. His visionary ideas and his passion for organic farming and ecological solutions made him start an organic farm, an organic shop, an eco hotel, an eco retreat and an eco experience center with a big organic store and restaurant. He is convinced: „Organic is essential for the world today." Watch the video of Sukrishi organic farm and the interview with Jayaram. Learn more about the Organic Experience Center "Organic State" in Bangalore.

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Bio Company, German champion in sustainability and regionality

Once again, Berlin-based Bio Company experienced growth in 2017 and it sees itself well positioned for the future. The company's first stores were launched in Berlin almost 20 years ago. For Georg Kaiser, co-founder and CEO at Bio Company, merely selling organic products was not enough. So, he insisted on offering products from the metropolitan region of Berlin-Brandenburg and built up a network of regional suppliers. For this CO₂ saving measure as an important part of the sustainability strategy, the company has been rewarded.

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BioFach World – events around the globe

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German natural cosmetics market grows to 920 million euros

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Bio Company: 100 million euros in its 15th anniversary year

Bio Company in Berlin is delighted to have achieved record turnover and sees further potential for expansion. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

International Trade Fair Calendar 2014

Even though the first 2.5 month are already over, there are still a plethora of organic fairs planned. This article aims to be a summary of 2014's most important fairs. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

The responsibility of the cities

BÖLW has mounted an event focusing on the issue of town – country. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

105 new specialist organic stores in the record year 2013

Never before in Germany have so many specialist organic stores and organic supermarkets opened their doors as during last year. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

Tegut: every fourth product is organic

The first new store openings are on the horizon, with planning well underway. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

International Green Week: new bio-hall and a lot of politics

The bio-hall at the International Green Week was this year new in all respects. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

India’s domestic market gathers pace

India's domestic market has been developing well, and marketing prospects are promising.

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Organic sales in Italy have been growing for 10 years

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Italy: Positive development of land and farmers in 2012

The trend line is positive again, but the market continues to grow at a higher rate. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

Vilnius: specialist organic shops developing well

Half a dozen specialist wholefood shops have opened in the capital of Lithuania. by Redaktion (comments: 0)

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