Members of IFOAM EU
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The Groupe de Recherche en Agriculture Biologique (GRAB) has experience in leading research and extension projects in organic farming in France since 1979. GRAB scientists are recognised as experts for organic fruit, vegetable and grapevine crops.
Hanspeter Schmidt, Attorney-at-law, Freiburg (Germany), EU Organic Certification Law & Organic Commercial Transactions
Hanspeter Schmidt studied at the University of Freiburg and the University of Georgia, Athens, School of Law. After judical clerkships he entered private practice. Since 1992 he focused on providing for legal councel to companies and associations working in organic agriculture and with organic products. Some clients are producers and processors, some are certifiers and many farmers. Some are governments or public authorities. He works for clients from Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Australia.
Humus is promoted by various organizations, in different ways active in organic agriculture in Italy, in order for the principles of it to be recognized as a point of reference for the whole agri-food system. The objective is to develop high standards of Italian organic farming.
ICEA is a stakeholder owned certification organinization, with over 13,000 certified firms with strong ethical, environmental amd social values, employing about 300 technical staff and operating 23 operation centres in Italy and abroad; it is one of the top certification bodies in Italy and in Europe. ICEA operates all over the world directly or with local partnerships. Organic agriculture certification (EU, JAS, NOP, COR etc) is the main activity; other certification schemes developed are: s...
ICROFS, International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems, has existed since 1996. The centre is appointed and financially supported by the Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark.ICROFS contributes to further development of a market-driven and competitive organic sector and thereby supports a continuous growth in the Danish organic sector. ICROFS is located at Aarhus University in Foulum, Viborg and has its own national board and own regulations. The centre supports organic resea...
The focus of the BIO initiative is to create standards and quality assurance programs for biological production in the plant and animal field, thus offering a simple, transparent and easy-to-understand assessment of products. In the end, however, it is also a prerequisite for how much animal protection has been taken into account during the production of a product. As a result, higher standards and more animal welfare justify better positioning for the producers and competitors.
I.N.N.E.R. is the International Umbrella Organisation of the Bio-Districts/Eco-Regions: Territories naturally devoted to organic, where farmers, citizens, public authorities, realize an agreement aimed at the sustainable management of local resources, based on the principles of organic farming and agro-ecology. I.N.N.E.R. gives assistance to stakeholders or organic and agro-ecology sector and provides services to build shared strategy of Bio-districts development; it offers training, research...
We are involved in the following activities: Coordination; research and technical actions carried out in the field of organic farming. Link up; connecting actors in the organic farming network. Assessment; research programmes and experiments. Information; inform farmers and advisers about research results and technical knowledge
We conduct the following activities: 1. Support the development of national organic farming and food sector by research, advocacy, advisory, education, awareness-raising and training; 2. Implementation of innovative, practice-oriented organic food and farming projects (in education, direct marketing, public procurement, development issues etc.); 3. Policy work and networking (national and EU level).
research and education in Organic Agriculture
Inter-bio is gathering branch associations in the organic sector (cereals, fruits, wine, dairies) with the aim to organize branch cooperation between producers, processors, traders and other stakeholders in order to promote their interests on national and international levels. Main members of the association are: BIO TERM, BIO ROMANIA, ORGANIC LAND and others. We coordinate activities of organic clusters: BIO DANUBIUS, BIO CONCEPT VALEA PRATOVEI and BIO NEST
Trial EU Member
INTERBIO Nouvelle-Aquitaine supports the development of regional organic operatord, insure the organisation and promotion of the organic value chain as well as its growth. Our main missions are the promotion of the regional organic products, federate all the regional organic operators, contribute to the development of the regional organic value chains, lead the regional cluster for quality food in public catering, represent the interests of our members and of the regional organic sector tow...
Ireland's largest Organic Inspection & Certification company covering all areas of organic production from farming and growing to processing aquaculture retailing and health and beauty products. Publish Ireland's only organic magazine 'Organic Matters'.
Since 2017 the ITT Italia Company dedicates to production of humic products from a peat: organic fertilizers, soil-modiﬁcators, feeding additives according to the newest technology that provides a high efﬁciency of each product. Our products are certiﬁed and passed tests. For production we use only up-to-date equipment and innovation patented technology that ensures not only maximum efﬁciency but also safety (bionomic for humans and animals) of every product. The high content of nutrients in...
We have three main activities at KEE. We organize the promotion and protection of the KAMUT(R) tradename in the European Union. We also coordinate a research program regarding health and nutritional benefits of processed products made of KAMUT(R) khorasan wheat.
In 1992, BCS OEKO-GARANTIE GmbH became the first German certification body registered under the Organic Regulation of the European Union (EEC 2092/91). Since that time, Kiwa BCS OEKO-GARANTIE has become very well established in the European market and has gained a strong international presence. Our client base encompasses all sectors of the organic industry, including farmers, processors, (re-)packers, importers, exporters and warehousing companies. Our services are also frequently requested...
KRAV is organised as an incorporated association with, at present, 27 members. They represent farmers, processors, trade and also consumer, environmental and animal welfare interests. Around 4,000 farmers and approximately 600 companies in processing and trade are associated to KRAV. At present there are more than 8,000 KRAV-certified products. Six certification bodies carry out inspections according to KRAV standards. We develop standards for organic and sustainable food production and proce...
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We inform and educate society about organic agriculture and its benefits, about environmental problems and the role of organically produced food in safeguarding the health of society in the world and in Latvia. We provide training opportunities for Latvia's farmers and food producers to strengthen their knowledge of organic food production by collaborating with educational institutions in Latvia. We encourage the elaboration and realization of various projects connected to organic agriculture...