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Organización venezolana especialista en el sector agropecuario, orientada hacia el desarrollo de unidades de producción rentables y exitosas, mediante la prestación de servicios a través de calificados profesionales dedicados al desarrollo y aplicación de biotecnologías que permitan mejorar las condiciones productivas venezolanas, contribuyendo así a optimizar los procesos y aumentar la productividad, en armonía con el entorno.
Large extensive organic farm. Winter and summer crops. Wheat, oats, sunflower, maize, soybean. organic beef, breeding, and grass feed fattening. Conservation reserve area. Pampa original grass. Charity objetives of the Foundation are conservation and the development of organic farming in the country.
IMOcert Latinoamérica Ltda. (IMOcert) is a control and certification body, legally established in Bolivia, accredited under the ISO 17065 standard by the German accreditation body DAkkS (Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH). IMOcert performs control and certification of production, processing and marketing of organic, sustainable, social responsibility and/or fair trade products, in accordance with relevant national, international or private legal regulations, and it has accreditations and/o...
Argencert S.A. is engaged in the certification of organic products and quality assurance from Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Accreditations: NOP, IFOAM, COR, SAG . Equivalency EU, FOAG equivalency for Swizterlad. Agreements with Japan Korea. Other programs offered: Biosuisse and JAS UTZ, GLOBALG.A.P. and BMP certification. Argencert has 23 years of experience certifying fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs, grains and cereals, juices, wines, oils and animal products like wool, beef and...
The Welfare Institute is an NGO formed by a multidisciplinary group of people. It aims to promote quality of life for humans, animals and the planet, through actions related to ecology, sustainability and social justice. It has partnerships with schools, universities, NGOs and government organizations. It develops actions related to environment education, for the development of organic production (mainly in the animal area) and through art therapy for people in physical and mental fragility.
The International Analog Forestry Network was established in 1996. The primary objective of the IAFN network is to restore ecosystems environmental stability and biodiversity, through research, design, and the application of the Analog Forestry system. Promote the adoption of International Certification Standards 'Forest Garden Products' to ensure the proper implementation, design, and management of Analog Forestry. Our organization does not profit from the sale of products under the FGP labe...
JOAM was formed in 2001 with the mission to facilitate the development of a sustainable and economically viable organic agriculture sector in Jamaica. We are a non-governmental organisation run by volunteers. Since its inception, JOAM has run a number of training programmes for farmers. It has hosted three IOIA basic crop production inspector trainings and has a cadre of inspectors. JOAM operates through grant funding and memebrship payments. it provides training and suport to members of the ...
Mayacert is a company in multicertificación systems of agricultural products, processing and industrialization. Their operators are located in the United States, Mexico, Central America , Peru, the Dominican Republic and Colombia. MAYACERT promotes for 22 years, the voluntary certification service for small, medium and large farmers, processors and exporters of food.
We are an Organic Certification Control Body approved by the Mexican Goverment to provide organic certification. We are committed to the principles of imparciality, transparency, health, environment, floristic and faunistic biodiversity, soil, water and non-contamination, conservation. In this way we have a social commitment, so our participation must be open, disseminating and promoting the principles of organic agriculture in the different sectors.
The goals of MAPO are: -To promote the organic agriculture -To spread and demonstrate to the community the benefits of the production system and organic food -To ensure the quality and transparency of organic markets -To speak with one voice in defense of the organic movement and its members
Organis is a Board created to represent the interests of the productive chain of organic and sustainable products in Brazil. It brings together producers, processing companies, businesses, cooperatives, associations, and entrepreneurs in an institutional effort to promote Brazilian production, identify commercial opportunities in the global market, and encourage the consumption of organic products in Brazil.
OIA offers high quality certification on agricultural and industrial products: organic, GLOBALGAP, fisheries, food quality, textiles, cosmetics and more. Accredited/ member/ approved: IFOAM, SENASA, MSC, JAS, Bio Suisse, GLOBALGAP, OAA, Canada Organic, USDA, GOTS, OTA, INMETRO. Working since 1991 and certifying all over the American Continent.
Community of over 150 people that produce Brazil nuts in the Amazonian Forest in Bolivia. They work in all the areas of production, from the collecting to processing to packaging. Most are women. The importance of Brazil nuts lies not only in the contribution to the economy of the mentioned region, but also because of the ecological component it represents in the preservation of the Amazon rainforest.
Programa de Hortalizas (El Huerto) is a research, education and outreach unit of UNALM, specialized in horticulture, biodiversity, agroecology and rural development. It manages a 10 ha certified organic experimental field in La Molina, Lima and has working contacts with farmers and institutions in other parts of the country and Latin America.
Organización y coordinación de la producción y consumo directo de productos orgánicos; Oferta de alimentos sanos a precios justos, tanto para los productores como para los consumidores, porque excluyen a los intermediarios; Vinculación de la población urbana con el campo; Creación de una conciencia ecológica y social sobre la importancia de producir y consumir de forma responsable; Promoción de la filosofía de la agricultura orgánica; Estimulación y promoción del consumo regional de productos...