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More than 10,000 professionals attended Natexpo Lyon 2022

10,177 professionals from the organic sector met from September 18 to 20 at the Natexpo in Lyon. That is 27 per cent more participants than at the previous Lyon edition in 2020.

Followfood wants to grow faster with new investor

The organic company wants to become the leading brand for ecological transformation in Europe. The founder of a battery company, who specialises in green technologies as an investor, is supposed to support the plans.

DM Austria signs contract with Demeter

The organic product range in the Austrian branches of the drugstore chain continues to grow. In the process, more and more Demeter products are added to the shelves. Now the cooperation with the association has been contractually regulated.

IFOAM Organics International: New World Board and OWC Host 2024

After receiving applications from all over the world, the General Assembly selected 10 new members to join the World Board for the team 2021 – 2024. The President is Karen Mapusua.

Bio-Austria fears end of organic boom in Austria

Organic sales in Austria climbed to a new record high in 2020. And 2021 will probably be even better. But while demand continues to rise, fewer and fewer farms in Austria are converting to organic.

Organic Food Conference 2021: Programme highlights

The Organic Food Conference will take place in Warsaw as a hybrid event this year. The theme of the conference is “The Future of Organic food”.

Online networking project “Ukrainian Organic Export Days 2021”

The sectoral export B2B project for Ukrainian producers of organic food and feed products, “Ukrainian Organic Export Days 2021”, will be started on 20 September 2021. The project will take place digitally.

Business Alliance calls for more climate protection by future German government

A business alliance demands more commitment to climate protection from the future German government - and sends its recommendations for action at the same time. Among the senders are also associations from the organic sector.

"Pressure in the value chain is passed downwards"

What about justice in organic farming? Raphael Pierro, trainee in the Organic Food and Farming programme talked about this with Jan Plagge. In the interview, the president of Bioland and IFOAM Organics Europe explains why value chains are only fair if there is a balance between all partners.

Sign the European Citizens’ Initiative to save bees and farmers

People can still support the initiative with their signatures until the end of September. From 1 million signatures the European institutions must consider turning the campaign's demands into law.

Sonett: Growing for the Common Good

Eco-pioneer Sonett is one of the German market leaders in organic detergents and cleaning products. But the manufacturer also sets standards in its dealings with employees and its attitude towards company property and capital.  

Organic World Congress 2021 digital and on site

Representatives of the organic sector will meet for the 20th Organic World Congress this time from 6 to 10 September 2021 in Rennes, France, and digitally. The hybrid conference will focus on current issues in global organic agriculture.

Will cosmetics manufacturers soon have to list 87 fragrances on their packaging?

In future, 87 allergenic fragrances are to be declared in cosmetic products instead of the previous 26. This is part of a regulation that the EU Commission is currently working on. What is disputed is where the allergens should be listed.

Veganz closes equity round with new investors

The plant-based food specialist has raised fresh capital and plans to build the largest vegan production facility in Europe. The initial public offering is coming up soon.

"Carbon Pricing for Food" campaign appeals to heads of state worldwide

A global coalition of companies and organisations has launched an ambitious action: in an open letter, 50 world leaders call for a carbon tax on meat and dairy products.

Switzerland: Is the retail trade keeping organic prices high?

"Organic is stuck in the luxury niche" writes the NZZ, blaming Swiss retailers and their pricing. The latter rejects this - and remains silent about its margins.

Lidl now also tests Eco-Score in Belgium and the Netherlands

After the test launch in Germany, the discounter is now introducing the eco-label on a test basis in the two Benelux countries. The company's goal is to introduce a comprehensible sustainability label.

Virtual European Sustainable Cosmetics Summit and Sustainable Beauty Awards 2021

On 25-28th October 2021, the European Sustainable Cosmetics Summit take place online for the second time. Stakeholders from the cosmetics and beauty sector will discuss about green materials, new technologies, marketing and customer impacts. The Sustainable Beauty Awards will be hosted alongside the conference.

Corona fuels organic sales in the USA

Organic products also sold particularly well in the United States in the Corona year. The Organic Trade Association reports double-digit growth. Above all, fresh produce increased.

Weleda AG elects new Chairman of the Board of Directors

Paul Mackay did not stand for re-election as President. His post will be taken over by Thomas Jorberg, who has been a member of the board for one year.

Austria: Demeter and Spar cooperate

The organic growers' association Demeter has entered into a partnership with Spar in Austria. Demeter hopes to reach more people with the help of the food retail chain.


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