International_EN Ireland01.02.2017 Editor
As the German Agricultural Market Information Company (Deutsche Agrarmarkt Informationsgesellschaft - AMI) reports, in 2016 the Irish organic market grew by 23.7 % compared with the year before.
International_EN Ireland05.10.2016 Editor
Up to now, only 2% of Irish farmers are certified organic which means, that the majority does not acknowledge their most obvious market opportunity.
International_EN Ireland14.06.2016 Editor
Delegates from 14 different European countries attended the launch of LLOOF – Living and Learning on Organic Farms - at Organico in Bantry, West Cork, Ireland, on Monday 23 May.
International_EN Ireland26.06.2015 Redaktion
The organic farming scheme proposed by the Irish government has seen a major surge in applications with the vast majority of applicants converting to organic farming for the first time.
International_EN Ireland24.02.2015 Karin Heinze
The latest global data on organic farming has been presented by IFOAM – Organics International and the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) at the BioFach fair 2015 in Nuremberg. The global organic market increased to 72 billion US Dollars, organic agricultural land worldwide is 43 million hectares.
International_EN Ireland21.10.2010 Redaktion
Ireland celebrated National Organic Week in September.
International_EN Ireland24.08.2010 Redaktion
In Ireland, hand-made food still plays an important role
International_EN Ireland15.06.2010 Redaktion
Sales of organic food in Ireland reached 124 million euros in the year to July 2009.
International_EN Ireland04.06.2010 Redaktion
The Organic Supermarket in Dublin is Ireland's first organic supermarket
International_EN Ireland14.05.2010 Redaktion
Close to 50,000 hectares of land are certified organic in Ireland.
International_EN Ireland20.11.2008 Redaktion
12th annual Euro-toques Food Awards
International_EN Ireland24.04.2006 Redaktion
Modern specialist wholefood shops, or even organic supermarkets with a good proportion of fresh food, are thin on the ground in Ireland.