Covid-19 has caused a worldwide crisis that scrutinizes health, social and economic systems around the globe. The virus and its direct and indirect consequences for businesses, such as officially ordered shutdowns, a lack of personnel and logistic delays, have put unprecedented pressure on many supply chains. Unfortunately, crime tends to prosper in times of crisis, and neither the food sector as a whole nor the organic sector are excluded from this sad truth.
Today it is possible to have voluntary eco-certification in Russia which can be based on western standards.
The price of organic food is considerably higher than that for traditional products.
The first “East African Organic Standards” (EAOS) is expected to be in place by early 2007.
Good atmosphere among the participants of the organic business meeting in Warsaw.
The number of internet users is continuing to rise from year to year.
Organic meat sales continue to surge in North America with 51 % growth registered in 2005.
The organic supermarket Yardo opened the first organic cookery studio in Switzerland in April 2006.
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