With 43 stores, NaturaSì is Italy’s leading company in the distribution of organic products.
The first organic Café called Bio Cafes in Prague has been opened in October 2005.
Thanks to a shrinking food market, in the second quarter of 2005 the Dutch organic food market share grew 0.2 % to a total of 2 %.
A yearbook with the title “Tutto Bio 2006” was brought out in January by the publisher Egaf.
The first Yardo “super Biomarkt” (organic supermarket) in Switzerland opened its doors in the centre of St. Gallen on Thursday 26 January 2006.
More and more people in Italy are putting fresh or processed foods from organic production on their tables.
On January 23rd and 24th 2006, the Agriculture Ministers of the 25 member states reached a decision on the Commission’s new draft for regulation of organic production by the community.
In the beginning of the year there have been some changes in the DG agri, the agricultural administration of the EU.
In the past, Italy was not a classic country for the sales channel known as the box scheme.
As the oceans are depleted, the future of seafood will likely lie in aquaculture.
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Observers of the market are agreed that the Italian organic market is currently undergoing consolidation, although at the same time positive tendencies are also apparent.
The annual rise of biotech cultivation grew last year at its slowest pace since 1996.
“We would never have believed that we would set such an avalanche rolling,” Basic-founder George Schweisfurth says in amazement today.
Britain needs more organic dairy producers to meet rapidly growing demand for organic milk, says a new report, offering new opportunities for the industry.
It has taken five years for the breakthrough to happen: in 2004, 920,000 organic meals daily were produced in schools, which was an increase of 15 % compared with the year before.
Near Kensington Palace workers are constructing the world's biggest organic department store.
Natural personal care products are gaining ground in the UK with sales almost doubling between 2002 and 2005.
'We would like to open a large specialist organic store with 500-1000 m² of floor space.' This is how the managing director of Biotos, Stamoulis Manginas, explains the strategy of the firm that was founded in 1999.
When the first organic supermarket started up in November 1995 in England, it was regarded as a sensation.