Display space almost fully booked. Some 200 international exhibitors expected.
German exhibitors present their products in pavilion.
The (IFOAM) presented diverse examples of Organic Agriculture in Africa.
Influencing factors in the evolution of processing and marketing of organic products in Portugal.
Greentrade is the leading internet marketplace for the global organic industry.
The number of certified organic farms in Poland rose to almost 7200.
The Washington State University is leading a movement among agricultural schools.
Customers have been shopping for books, DVDs, clothing and toys on the site of Amazon.com.
The organic dairy firm Stonyfield Farm and Paris-based Danone have joined together for the creation of a subsidiary in Europe.
IFOAM Encourages theAdoption of Organic Agriculture.
A pilot scheme is shown to be successful.
Where the most organic products are sold in the conventional food trade, it is often the cooperative organisations that are most involved in considerations of ecology.
Organics still seem to contradict the philosophy of Wal-Mart.
Due to the efforts of the Department of Trade and Industry Kalinga, coffee farming in this province is becoming organic.
An initiative mainly for school teachers, but also for other people...
33 % of the consumers consider themselves as being conscience consumers.
Britons eat 300,000 tons of cod a year.
Up to now there have been only three nationwide competitors in the race.
A new “bed and breakfast” hotel has opened by an initiative of the shop B’io “La madre terra”.
At the end of May, the IFOAM EU Group sent the Austrian council presidency an extensive list of requirements concerning the revision of the EU Organic Regulation.