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Kai Kreuzer is the manager of a small but independant publishing house in the central Germany. He has been in the organic business since 1982, when he published his first book. Writing for different German organic trade magazines, he has been working full-time for the last fifteen years as a journalist specialising in the organic market. He also works for the BioFach as a freelancer.
Karin Heinze has been a freelance organic market journalist for fifteen years. She is thoroughly conversant with everything concerning the German organic scene. Previously, Karin worked in a company producing Demeter organic seed near Frankfurt. She is also in charge of editing a small organic seed journal which comes out twice a year in German.
Katharina Kalb is responsible for the marketing department. She has completed her International Diploma in Administration and Management (specialising marketing) and started to work afterwards for our marketing department in summer 2012. She takes care of the customer acquisition and our advertisers. She also designed banners and evaluates the campaigns.
Claudia Frost is parttimer and responsible for the international news in brief as well as for country reports on the organic market. She also does translating from Italian to English and German for Organic-Market.Info.
Our dedicated English translator is Peter Brown, a retired principal lecturer at a British university. He lives in Wales, where he owns a smallholding of nearly four acres - about 1.4 ha. “Half is garden and cultivated; half is rough pasture. I have 12 chickens, a goat and large areas of vegetables, fruit trees and fruit bushes that I have planted over the years,” he says about his piece of paradise. Because the whole place is organic, there is a lot of wildlife, hedgehogs, etc. Some of the vegetables and eggs Peter sells in the village.
Michael Böhm worked for seven years as a specialist for market pattern and organic legislation at a regional umbrella association which boosts the development of the organic food industry in Brittany.
Michael Böhm edits the news-in-brief in our French online magazine www.Bio-Marché.Info. He studied environmental sciences in Marseille (France) and in Arlon (Belgium) and also worked as an environmental advisor in Luxembourg and at an international organic control body in Switzerland.
Eva Roost lives in Paris and is our French translator. As a former head of the Department of Documentation and Education in an engineering office in Paris, is she now retired. She has a big passion for nature and is an enthusiastic consumer of organic products.
Further author of Organic-Market.Info
Yinghui Zhang-Carraro, previously an editor and translator on science policies, has turned into an internet columnist on natural/simple living and organic sector in China. Her passion for clean and good food ingredients and a better world has driven her to share her knowledge and practices in regard to natural/simple living and findings on organic industry based on field trips and her understanding of the sector in China. She organized the first (organic) farmers’ market in Beijing in May 2010 and also helped start the first organic and healthy school lunch in China at Day Star Academy Beijing since August 2010. Her Chinese articles have been published by organic related magazines in China and Taiwan.