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Register now: Organic Innovation Days 2019

People interested in innovation to transform food and farming through organics can register now for TP Organics' Organic Innovation Days 2019, taking place on 3-4 December in Brussels.

Organic Supermarket Chains: a Great Surge in Expansion

“We would never have believed that we would set such an avalanche rolling,” Basic-founder George Schweisfurth says in amazement today.

More organic milk needed in Britain

Britain needs more organic dairy producers to meet rapidly growing demand for organic milk, says a new report, offering new opportunities for the industry.

Italy: Big Growth Potential in School Meals and Restaurants

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.

Whole Foods wants to close Fresh and Wild in London after opening new store

Near Kensington Palace workers are constructing the world's biggest organic department store.

Natural Personal Care Products Gaining Ground

Natural personal care products are gaining ground in the UK with sales almost doubling between 2002 and 2005.

Biotos Plans to Expand the Whole Food Retail Chain Green Post

'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.

Development Of Organic Supermarkets In London Gets Underway Again

When the first organic supermarket started up in November 1995 in England, it was regarded as a sensation.

Naturaline becoming the best organic cotton marketing in the world

Accounting for approximately 1000 t of organic cotton every year, the Coop is (according to its own figures) the biggest buyer in the world.

Norway’s New Government Wants 15 % Organic

Norway’s new centre-left government has high expectations of organic farming.

A Lot of Small Whole Food Shops but No Organic Chains in Sweden

There are no precise data on the number of organic and whole food shops in Sweden.

The Organic Market is Stagnating at a High Level

Denmark is one of Europe's pioneers in all things organic.

Organic Farmers Are The Driving Force Behind The Specialist Trade

Although the majority of the people buying organic products in Denmark live in Copenhagen, it is at the moment in the smaller towns that the specialist organic trade is continuing to develop.

Slovenia: Grains and Fruit Dominate the Organic Market

In 2004, there were 27 processors registered in the organic inspection system. Organic food processing /manufacturing started to develop only a few years ago in Slovenia.

EkoPlaza and Groenhof Passage: two large organic supermarkets open in Alkmaar (Part 1)

Within a month of each other two new organic retail outlets have opened their doors to the public in the town of Alkmaar.

Slovenian Organic Food Market

Both domestic and imported organic products are offered in Slovenian shops and local production, as well as imports, have been increasing constantly.

Slovenia: Supermarkets AreThe Main Market Players, But Specialist Outlets Are Growing

There are some 20 organic/health food shops in Slovenia, mostly situated in the capital Ljubljana, but also in other cities all over Slovenia.

Organic farming does not tolerate GMO contamination

On the occasion of the Agriculture Council discussion about the Commission’s proposal to revise the organic regulation, the IFOAM EU Group underlines that the organic movement does not tolerate GMO contamination of organic products.

Premiere: ”Best of Bio” Organic Chocolate Award

More than a hundred guests were thrilled with the entertaining event in order to present the “Best of Bio Award” 2005.

Switzerland: Wholesale in transition

At the beginning of the 90s in Switzerland (7.4 million inhabitants) there were approximately a dozen organic food wholesalers.

The Emergence of Organic Supermarkets in Britain

The UK market for organic food & drink is the third largest in the world, valued at EUR 1.85 billion in 2004.

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