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.
AL-Naturkost is the only Austrian wholesale business supplying the specialist whole food trade.
The sales in the Czech Republic organic food market have been growing steadily.
A survey by Hipp Organic, the number one baby food brand in the UK, has just been published.
Today it is possible to have voluntary eco-certification in Russia which can be based on western standards.
Food grown on natural resources has not made too many customers in India.
As reported by Bioagriculturanotizie, the results of “Bioregione 2006” were presented in Rome on May 17 this year.
The price of organic food is considerably higher than that for traditional products.
The land used for organic agricultural purposes in Malta is set to be doubled by the end of 2006.
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 market for natural and organic products in Russia is taking shape.
The coming years could see Indian organic farming population growing.
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.
IFOAM Publishes Training Manual for Organic Agriculture in the Arid Tropics.