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EU-Strategy: Sustainability with some genetic engineering

Europe's agriculture and food industry should become significantly more ecological by 2030. According to the strategy ‘From Farm to Fork’ which was presented by the EU Commission, the share of organic farming in the EU should increase to 25 percent by 2030 and the use of pesticides and antibiotics halved. It also includes some genetic engineering.

NAPAPIIRI Organics – Connecting with Nature

NAPAPIIRI Organics brand created for organic products from Finland

Debut of a new organic distribution centre in Rome

Prices for natural food sold in the capital expected to be significanty reduced

No Booms or Busts, Just Steady Growth for the Italian Organic Sector

The organic industry’s overall sales receipts are on the upswing.

OCIA International opens regional office in Europe

Organic Crop Improvement Association has opened an office in Spain

„Piazza Grande Bio“ launched in Forlì, Italy

The Project "Piazza Grande Bio" promotes the organic products of the region

The organic market in Estonia

In 1993, Estonia had only 1600 hectares of organically cultivated land, but by 2005 the figure had risen.

 

Increase of organic products in Denmark

The increased demand could result in a shortage of supply

Organic farm land decreases in Valencia

Report on Sustainability was published by the Spanish Ministry of Environment

Sipal Partners launches new product

Sipal Partners will be present at BioFach to introduce new product

Xummum - a new business concept is being tried out in Holland

Xummum in Ermelo is to be the first location of a chain store that could spread  throughout Holland.

Kerry expands organic product range

Kerry’s organic ingredient product range is to be expanded across the board.

Argand’Or in the Organic Top 17

After numerous national awards, Argand’Or Argan Oil has now won its first international one

Bio Suisse grants first sponsorship award

To conclude their 25th anniversery, Bio Suisse has launched an annual award.

British secretary of state critisized

British Secretary of State comments on organic agriculture.

Boom continues: Organic Supermarkets in Germany

2006 has again been an exciting year

Organic box schemes available in Bulgaria

Gaia has launched the first and so far only box schemes in the country.

Heavy fine imposed on organic seed association in France

Kokopelli Association was fined € 17,130 for putting "nonconforming" varieties of seeds on the market.

First Russian organic supermarket has finally opened its doors

The organic supermarket Grunwald was a very long awaited project.

First Soil Association-certified clothing range to be launched

UK’s first wholesale range of organic cotton clothing certified by the Soil Association is ready to be launched.

The Czech organic sector is growing fast

The Czech organic sector will present itself at BioFach

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