An ecological consumers’ fair in Zamora in northwest Spain attracted 37,000 visitors.
12.6 million Euros are to be distributed amongst farmers and producers.
A research of the Soil Association shows more pesticides in school fruit than in shops.
Big interest in organic products in Japan/German pavilion very successful/Competent visitors meet professional companies.
The Association’s application of organic standards to aquaculture was described as a betrayal of organic principles.
Press release shows the progress of the organic business.
The organic food market in the US grew 16 % in 2005.
Large grocery chains are stressing their interest for environmental concerns.
The retailer Colryut has announced to enter the Dutch market in the near future.
Europe's biggest organic food celebration will be brought to Glasgow (Scotland)
The popularity of the organic food and drink sector was revealed in a report from the Soil Association.
A pilot scheme in Italian school offers fruit snacks in vending machines.
In 2005, Sweden’s organic market exceeded all expectations.
Increasing awareness of organics in the country.
Sales of organic food are booming – and growing faster than organic agriculture can keep up with.
Record attendance at the selling point of the supermarket at the international fair for natural products.
Lidl made a clear statement towards their suppliers regarding the amount of pesticides in their products.
The Organic Fortnight 2006 took place all over Great Britain and included hundreds of events.
The latest report by The Cornucopia Institute accuses Wal-Mart of cheapening the value of organics.
Sales of natural and organic cosmetics are projected to surpass EUR 1 Billion for the first time this year.