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Botaniq was Founded from our Passion for Agriculture, Nature and the Environment. We are deeply rooted in preserving our Environment and have unrivalled passion for producing pure Natural Products. Founder Arun G, created Botaniq with a mission to promote Ethical agricultural Practices, to give back to nature by regenerating natural habitats and restoring bio-diversity, Botaniq mainly focus on products like Raw Honey, Spices, Tea's, Organic Oil's, Dry Fruits & Nuts.
I am a researcher, consultant and inspector with over 30 years of experience in organic agriculture. I have served on the IFOAM Standards Committee, the Principles of Organic Agriculture Task Force, the Technology Innovation Platform of IFOAM's Council, and am past President of IFOAM North America.
I am working in the organic food industry for the last 4 decades. Today I live in Amantcharoen, Thailand and my wife and I are working with 650 farmers to develop certified organic agriculture, to promote agroforestry and farmland restoration.
I am very interested in exchange about teaching material and aids for farmers on organic agriculture and exchange on organic rainfed agriculture.
Burundi Organic Agricultural Movement (BOAM) is an organization which promotes organic farming in Burundi. We grow fruits and vegetables. BOAM has 25 members (individuals and cooperatives). We will soon produce sitevia and Coffee. Currently we grow organic sitevia ; coffee; cassava, soybeans and tomato.
We help and supervise more than 40 farmers at the national level. We are advocating for organic practices and the Burundi Government specially the Ministry of Agriculture is getting awareness...
CafeDa is a consulting company in organic coffee business. We are the headoffice for coffee retail shops, barista academy, and roasting factory, supplying 100% organic coffee beans and other coffee ingredients. We have 3 franchise coffee shops and the number is rapidly expanding. Unlike other coffee retailors, we ONLY use organic coffee beans, which are approved by USDA and BCS, OCIA, MAYACERT, and etc. Also, we ONLY use organic milk, syrups, sauces, flour, eggs, cinnamon, chocolate and sugar...
The primary purpose of the association is to promote and encourage the production, processing, domestic consumption and export of organic agricultural products. The association is a non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the Cambodian voluntary organic agriculture standardization and conformity assessment system.
Our objective is the production and commercialization of agricultural products for the national and international organic market. It has an area of 11 certified hectares under organic guidelines, within this area, there are 3 greenhouses where wheat grass and organic microgreens are grown. Likewise, there is a growing area with 140,000 cactus plants of Opuntia ficus-indica variety for sale to the national organic fresh market, and this product is used as a base for drinks and dry powder nopal.
The Canada Organic Trade Association is the membership-based trade association for the organic sector in Canada, representing growers, shippers, processors, certifiers, farmers associations, distributors, importers, exporters, consultants, retailers and all points along the organic value chain.
COTA's mission is to promote and protect the growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public and the economy. COTA recognizes the business of organic farming as the foundati...
COG is Canada’s national organic charity and is a champion for the organic stewardship of land, food and fibre. COG publishes The Canadian Organic Grower Magazine as well as handbooks on organic growing and livestock production. We host trainings and conferences, work with schools, and educate all Canadians about the benefits of organics.
The Central Lab. of Organic Agriculture (CLOA) is part of the Agricultural Research Centre (ARC). The Ministry of Agriculture issued the ministerial decrees No. 1411–1412/2008 that delegate CLOA to promote, develop, control and organize organic agriculture in Egypt. Recently, the Egyptian Organic Law No. 12/2020 has been issued and the articles of which is controlling the movement of organic agriculture in Egypt. CLOA objectives are to ensure food safety and security, reduce the effects of cl...
The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) is an innovative research centre ￼which focuses on the understanding and development of resilient food and water systems worldwide. Our experienced research team includes both natural and social scientists. Unique to this Centre is the incorporation of citizen generated knowledge - the participation of farmers, water users and other citizens in transdisciplinary research, using holistic approaches which cross many disciplinary boundaries.
EPOK is the Centre for Organic Food and Farming at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Sweden. We work with dissemination of knowledge and coordination of research and education in the areas of organic food and farming from a national as well as an international perspective. The centre is a meeting place for researchers, advisors, farmers, decision-makers, industry, sector organizations and students and a hub for dissemination of knowledge.
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Our activities include the following: developing specific techniques related to the production of organic products; adapting existing technical innovations for use in Organic Agriculture; participating in the preservation of genetic heritage of plants and animals known for their excellent adaptation to the climatic and natural conditions of different regions; conducting trials of various organic inputs prior to their approval and registration; finding economically viable solutions for organic...