Members of IFOAM EU
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The Lithuanian Association of Organic Farms was established on February 24, 2010. 110 Organic farmers participate in the activity of the association and cultivate 14,800 hectares of organic farmland. The farms of association members are inspected and certified by the certification body "EKOAGROS", and comply with national laws of Organic Agriculture and relevant Council Regulations (EC) No. 834/2007 and No. 889/2008.
The Louis Bolk Institute is an international, independent organization specialized in participatory research and advice in the fields of organic and sustainable agriculture, rural development, nutrition and health care. From the office in the Netherlands , 45 staff work with clients such as farmer groups, SME's and larger businesses, public authorities, international bodies, development agencies, NGO's, banks, health insurance companies, .........
Lumbreco is at the forefront of crop nutrition technology using amino acids and bio humus. The company specializes in the production of biological and organic fertilizers and has been developing its technological knowledge and skills for more than 7 years.
Our exceptional degradation technology allows biologically active substances to be extracted into forms that are readily available for absorption by plants.
Through our products, we strive to improve the quality not only of the production...
The Finnish Organic Farmers Association promotes organic agriculture and entreprneurship in Finland. We publish the only magazine in the organic sector. We have local associations that carry out local activities. Our members are mainly farmers, but we have also some few consumers, NGOs and small-scale enterprises. We have an expert and mentoring service. We also elect the organic product and entrepreneur of the year.
MOAM aims to be a dynamic movement in safeguarding the well-being of the rural development by sustainable farming methods. Moreover, the NGO acts as a pressure group to promote organic production, protects and forbids cruelty to animals, opposes GMOs and, in coordination with other environmental bodies and NGOs, works towards quality environment enrichment. Malta Organic Agriculture Movement (MOAM) is a totally independent and voluntary organisation set up in November 1999 to promote Organic ...
Natexbio is a structure (professional union) which gathers together 3 trade associations: Synadis, Synabio, Synadiet and which has special links with Cosmebio and FVB (French ecological wines association). For this economical sector, Natexbio has 5 main objectives: safeguard, promotion, communication, information and training. One of the most important communication action is the international trade show NATEXPO.
NATRUE is a Brussels based international non-profit association committed to promoting and protecting Natural and Organic Cosmetics worldwide. Founded in 2007, it provides a home to all true friends of Natural and Organic Cosmetics and embrace all who commit to our high standards of quality and integrity. The NATRUE Label sets a high standard so people worldwide can enjoy Natural Cosmetics truly worthy of the name. Over 5500 products from nearly 30 countries have already been certified accor...
Trial EU Member
NATURATA Luxembourg is an organic food retailer based in the Grand-Duchy of Luxemburg.
Having emerged from the country’s co-
op of organic farmers, gardeners, winegrowers and beekeepers, NATURATA is part of a network of initiatives dedicating themselves to
the marketing of organic produce in Luxemburg. For almost 30 years, NATURATA Luxembourg has been sup
plying residents and expats with 100% organic food , non-food household items and natural cosmetics.
Currently (as at october 2018) ...
Naturland is one of the major international associations for organic agriculture and promotes organic farming worldwide. Currently more than 70,000 farmers, bee-keepers, fish farmers and fishers in 57 countries manage some 480,000 hectares according to the Naturland standards. Naturland certification standards do not only cover plant and animal production. They also include bee-keeping, aquaculture, sustainable capture fishery, food processing as well as non-food areas like forest management,...
Norwegian Centre for Organic Agriculture (NORSØK) is a research institute and a centre for competence in organic agriculture. We work with research, development, education and information in organic agriculture. Sustainable agriculture systems, nutrient balance, animal welfare and horticulture are among the topics we work with. A demonstration farm, a demonstration garden and dissemination of knowledge are also important parts of our activities.
Oikos - Organic Norway is the national organic movement in Norway. Policy, advocacy and generic information on organic food and farming directed towards consumers and producers are our main activities. Organic farmers and consumers are members, Oikos has regional and local branches throughout Norway. We also publish the organic magazine Ren Mat ('Pure Food') four times a year.
The strategic goal of ÖMKi is to foster scientific research of an international standard in the field of organic agriculture and food production in Hungary. In cooperation with many actors of the Hungarian organic movement we implement research and development projects that – through their practical application – enable us to create an efficient system for scientific research and extension services.
Trial EU Member
Otim Agro Total is dedicated to better sustainable profits in agriculture. We develop integrated projects in organic agriculture which unite the supply of organic inputs for farm production, the trading of raw ingredients on a spot basis or via contracting before harvest and also the multiplication of organic or conventional seeds. We also offer horizontal storage systems for organic and conventional agriculture. We give 100% guarantee to our clients and a first deal trading bonus.
The only wholly organic grain business in the UK. We are independent and farmer-owned and run for the benefit of our producers. We provide technical assistance to our farmers as well as marketing expertise and seek to help them develop their organic arable enterprise. We have a number of partnerships with processing facilities in order to help both condition and process grain. This will be a growth area for our business for the future. We have an increasing focus on developing integrated supp...
The Organic Cotton Accelerator (OCA; “oak-ah”) focuses on creating a prosperous organic cotton sector that benefits everyone—from farmer to consumer. Our investments tackle the challenges in the sector and realize the benefits that organic cotton can bring for people, planet and long-term prosperity.
Organic Denmark (Økologisk Landsforening) is the leading organic food cluster in Denmark. Our members are organic farmers, food companies with organic products and consumers in Denmark. With more than 190 member companies, we represent essentially the entire organic food industry in Denmark. In this way, we are a major force in the domestic market as well as in national and international politics. We have been paving the way for organics for more than 25 years and we are proud that Denmark is...
Leading UK Organic Control Body with a reputation for practical, efficient and friendly service. We offer certification for all types of organic enterprises as well as certification of anaerobic digestion outputs to PAS110 and composting certification to PAS100.
Organic Farming Department, Institute of Regional Research, University of Agribusiness and Regional Development
The University of Agribusiness and Rural Development (former Higher School 'Agricultural College') is well experienced in international project preparation, management and implementation. It embraces successful activities in sustainable, environmental, and economic development, training, consulting, networking and quality assurance in organic agriculture, transfer of innovations, etc. It provides Bachelor and Master degree study programs in agribusiness, rural development, tourism, management...