Over 250 of the world's leading organic livestock experts from 24 countries joined together.
The Soil Association welcomes the new measures for school meals.
“Vallebio” started its business on August 24.
Alois Rosenberger manages four stores: two in Vienna, two in Graz in Steiermark.
Supervalu, the No. 2 U.S. supermarket company, made its Chicago debut with Sunflower Market.
The boom in organic food in Western Europe has been going on for more than ten years with hardly any interruption.
Monsanto Co. will pay $ 1.5 billion to purchase Delta and Pine Land Co. in a merger of two of the world's largest seed companies.
RFID in products can monitor consumer behavior after they leave stores.
Final recommendations of the European EISfOM project now available
Agriculture has always played an important role in Lithuania.
Sainsbury and Tesco go head-to-head with the launch of rival organic vegetable box schemes.
Cooperation in organic processing and trade issues at the EU level.
Europe’s biggest organic producer offers tempting variety and quality.
Many foods are contaminated by packaging.
The year 2007 will be a starting year for the formation of organic agriculture in Armenia, RA Minister of Agriculture David Lokyan stated at his meeting with Romanian experts in organic agriculture.
Markus Arbenz became Director of Bio Suisse.
During the political changes organic agriculture began to establish itself in Latvia.
Even though there has been a raise in organic farming in the Benelux countries, there has been a market drop in the rate of expansion.
The demand in Poland for national organic products is relatively low.
The Soil Association announced that aquaculture has been awarded full organic status.