Organic

Keynote for Grower round table announced for Organic Grower Summit 2022

Leadership from three of the nation's most progressive organic growing operations have been confirmed as panelists for the keynote presentation at the upcoming Organic Grower Summit (OGS) 2022, presented by Western Growers and OPN. The event is slated for November 30 to December 1 in Monterey,…

José Manuel Escobar, of LQA Thinking Organic: "When prices rise like this, consumption suffers"

Shortages of organic zucchini and cucumber in the markets continues to drive prices up

The delays in organic zucchini and cucumber plantations in Almeria and the early end of the production in central and northern Europe have led to supply shortages in the markets and skyrocketing prices for these products. "For the 2022/2023 campaign, the area planted with zucchini has been reduced by between…

Number of farmers switching to organic down as well

Demand for organic produce outgrows supply in the US

Demand for organic produce has outgrown the supply in the US. Worse, instead of growing to meet the demand, the number of farmers switching to grow organic crops is dropping.…

Organic grower-shipper reflects on its evolution as Orlando show approaches

Bridges Produce looks forward to the return of the IFPA this year in Orlando, Florida. It has been exhibiting at the PMA Fresh Summit, now IFPA Global Produce & Floral Show, since 2009. During this time, the company and the industry as a whole have gone through numerous transformations and many…

Markus Schraff, Obst vom Bodensee Vertriebsgesellschaft

Organic fruit from Lake Constance: top quality pome fruit and a bigger yield for organic apples

Obst vom Bodensee Vertriebsgesellschaft (OvB) can report positive figures from the organic harvest this year, says Markus Schraff, Sales Manager of the Organic Division of OvB. Markus Schraff and Larissa Lorch from Obst vom Bodensee Vertriebsgesellschaft (OvB) and Hans-Josef Stärk from BayWa Obst  & Co at the…

USDA

USDA promises up to $300 million to recruit farmers to switch to organic

US organic growers can’t keep up with demand

The demand for organic food is increasing so fast that US growers can’t keep up with the demand. This increase in demand food, coupled with the number of organic farmers in America dropping, prompted the U.S. Department of Agriculture to promise up to $300 million to recruit farmers to make the switch.…

Wisconsin cranberry crop meets a tight market

Wisconsin’s cranberry crop can be tough to predict and with price increases for all forms of cranberry, where those cranberries will land in the market is even tougher to put a finger on. Some growers are reporting a bumper crop of cranberries as compared to last year and the supplies look to be much…

Salento Bio boasts 150 hectares of organic prickly pears

After the death of all olive groves in southern Apulia due to Xylella fastidiosa, the Salento Bio company, fearing the desertification of its land, opted to cultivate crops that suit the soil and weather conditions in this part of Italy.  Crate commercialized by Salento Bio "We finished planting the last 40…

Three ag tech sessions announced for Organic Grower Summit 2022

A trio of sessions focused on the ever-changing landscape of ag technology has been announced as part of the educational program for the upcoming Organic Grower Summit (OGS) 2022 presented by Western Growers and OPN, slated for November 30 – December 1 in Monterey, California. Left to right: Bart Walker,…

Nazaret Mateos Álvarez, from Spain, was recognized as the best organic farmer

Winners of the first EU Ecological Awards

On September 23, representatives of the European institutions and the ecological sector presented the first EU Ecological Awards. Eight winners from seven categories received…

Organic carrot production in Minnesota expanding

Carrot production in Minnesota is growing--particularly organic carrot production. “This is our second year of organics. Last year we started on a small scale to feel out the market and get a better understanding of the growing process and how it would go for us here,” said Matthew Wulf of Fresha based…

"This season there will be far fewer sweet potatoes on the market"

The Spanish sweet potato season is starting in the south, and according to Manuel Ayllón, this year's campaign is marked by an overall reduction in the production. "This season, Hortícola Flora has reduced the acreage devoted to organic sweet potato cultivation by 30%, and we expect to produce between…

Spain's organic agricultural area increased by 8%, exceeding 2.6 million hectares in 2021

In 2021, Spain used 2,635,442 hectares for organic production, i.e. 8% more than in the previous year. With this increase, the area dedicated to organic production already…

EU organic import volume went up 2.8% in 2021

A recent report by the European Commission maintains that organic imports will increase by 2.8% in 2021. Total imports of organic agri-food products into the EU have increased…

Azienda Agricola del Grillo

Organic products from Sicily are gaining ground on foreign markets

"The tomato season was disappointing in terms of yield in the summer due to the extreme drought. We can hardly deliver the planned quantities to our customers. The climate has been a worrying factor for years, along with the exorbitant cost increases in every stage of the production chain. And although…

Hydroponic and container production systems

Three judge appeals panel rules in favor of USDA certification of organic hydroponic producers

The Coalition for Sustainable Organics (CSO) is pleased that a three judge panel of the U.S. District Court in San Francisco affirmed the legality of the U.S. Department of Agriculture to have the authority to recognize and certify growers using hydroponic organic production methods in a ruling issued…

Texas A&M AgriLife research to improve organic spinach production

Despite the greatly increasing consumer interest for organic spinach in the U.S. and worldwide, production is not keeping pace with demand. To help overcome some of the challenges facing organic spinach production, Vijay Joshi, Ph.D., a Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant systems physiologist at the Texas…

Educational Session, Organic Grower Summit 2022

Exploring organic grower challenges and solutions

A two-part educational intensive featuring the results of two recently released reports on organic farming and an in-depth workshop discussing how organic farmers can address current challenges has been announced as part of the 2022 Organic Grower Summit (OGS).  The 90-minute ed session, "Exploring Organic…

Miguel Gómez of FenixFood: "We are already organizing the next season of organic Butternut and Hokkaido pumpkins from Egypt"

"Pumpkin prices may continue to rise"

In the market, pumpkins currently reach prices "of up to 1.20 and 1.30 Euro per kilo," said Miguel Gómez, of FenixFood's sales department. "Due to different factors, such as high temperatures and a lack of water, which have affected the production, and perhaps also to high consumption, the European stock…

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service helps to grow global market for Texan organic produce

The number of Texas acres devoted to organic production — including cropland, pastureland and rangeland — increased by about 97% from 2014 to 2019, with the amount of…

Photo report from Natexpo 2022

The 2022 edition of Natexpo, the international trade show specializing in the organic sector for over 60 years, was held in Lyon until Tuesday. Click here to view the photo report An event not to be missed for the organic sector, which was organized by Natexbio/La Maison de la Bio. In total, 1,800 exhibitors and brands, professionals…

Bio-Maroc

Morocco obtains new organic certification

Morocco has obtained the certificate of admission for the Moroccan organic standard “Bio-Maroc”. This indicates its alignment with the IFOAM - Organics International (OI)…

Nearly 100 organic companies join hands with Hema Fresh

The sales of organic produce grow year by year in China

As people pay more and more attention to health in China, the consumption of organic vegetables, organic meat, and organic baby food is increasing year by year. The report Organic Product Certification and the Development of Organic Industry in China 2022 released by the State Administration for Market…

Klaus Schilling Ltd & Bio-Großhandel Hannover:

"Young people are eating more and more organic fruits and vegetables"

Organic and regional products were particularly popular with consumers during the pandemic. The organic specialist trade was certainly able to profit from this upswing. However, the huge rise in procurement costs and the associated price increases coupled with the discontinuation of the 'corona bonus'…

Sustainable Food Monitor 2021: Share of sustainable food purchases increases

Consumers spent €9.5 billion on sustainable food in 2021. We are spending more and more on products with sustainability labels like Beter Leven, Organic, and Rainforest Alliance. These are the conclusions of the Sustainable Food Monitor 2021, which was carried out by Wageningen University & Research and…

Yoann Morin, BioBreizh:

“We plan to harvest 430 tons of organic squash this year”

The French region of Brittany has not been spared by the drought and the predictions are mixed for this year’s squash season. “For the moment, the producers have not reported any impact on calibers yet. Only the volumes are lower than expected since nearly a third of the flowers fell due to the lack of…

"The results of this campaign will be key to expanding the hectares of organic grapes in the coming months"

This year, the low temperatures (two degrees lower than normal) delayed the early table grape campaign in northern Peru. As a result, the production in Piura that will be…

”Organic growers figured out farming citrus without false codling moth, and now we’re completely pushed out.”

Europe puts a lid on organic orange production in South Africa

The new cold protocol on oranges from South Africa is presenting an almost insurmountable obstacle to the country’s organic orange growers. Results from trials with plant-based waxes on organic oranges under the new cold regime have been mediocre and inconclusive, with chilling injury to around 50% of…

WinCommerce

Organic NZ apples more popular with Vietnam’s largest retailer

At a time that the demand for safe, healthy organic produce is increasing in Vietnam, that nation’s largest modern retailer is strengthening its direct relationships with…

Andhra Pradesh:

Organic vegetables to be used in Tirumala free meals scheme

At a meeting with organic farmers on Tuesday, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Executive Officer A.V. Dharma Reddy encouraged the farmers of Rayalseema districts to grow organic…

Ronald Gielleit (Top Fresh Handel) about European carrot market:

"Soon there will be increased pressure from growers wanting to sell off-land to avoid high cooling costs"

The Europe-wide drought and the parsnip yellow fleck virus impact are already causing shortages on the carrot market. "It remains to be seen how supplies will develop in the coming weeks," says Ronald Gielleit of the Dutch company, Top Fresh Handel. "Last week, it rained again all over Europe. That's too…

Data of the organic sector presented at Sana 2022

In 2022, 89 percent of Italian households bought organic at least once

Italy remains at the top of the organic sector in terms of share of agricultural area, operators and exports. However, many are the changes affecting domestic consumption. This is a crucial moment for the organic sector. On the one hand, there are the effects related to the pandemic, on the other hand,…

UK: Riverford Organic Farmers embraces regenerative farming, using parasitic wasps and hoverflies

Guy Singh-Watson, founder of organic veg-box firm Riverford Organic Farmers, continues to experiment with new ways of producing food and promoting wildlife. Riverford Organic…

For efficient weighing and packing new organic snack carrot variant

DanRoots chose Newtec's weighing and packing solution to optimize production sustainably

DanRoots has selected Newtec's weighing and packing solution to optimize production sustainably. Newtec’s innovative weighing solutions offer reliability and efficiency of production for customers in the food industry. With its focus on establishing long-lasting trust with customers globally, the company…

New chairman for Organic Produce Association

The Organic Produce Association (OPA) has elected Theojary “Theo” Crisantes Jr., chief operations officer for Wholesum, as chairman. Crisantes has been serving in an acting…

Director of Bionext shares thoughts on sub-labels, visibility and the future

Europe: Vertical farming deserves recognition from the market

“Over the past decade we have had numerous discussions about vertical farming and specifically why products can be labeled as organic in the US but not in the EU. Although I am convinced that vertical farming has an important role to play when it comes to feeding a growing global population sustainably,…

Yaniv Cohen, Hadiklaim: "Early focus on central Europe, expanding to Far East"

Record date crop expected by Israel’s leading Medjool exporter despite late start

Israel’s biggest exporter of Medjool dates, Hadiklaim Date Growers Cooperative, has just started the season about a month later than usual. Despite the late start they have their sights set on a record harvest of 20 000 tons for their company and estimate a record of over 50 000 tons of dates to be…

Robert Elshof (Elshof Organic Fruit): "Switchover fruit shouldn't become a cheap organic variant"

"Bright prospects for organic top fruit after tough season"

Organic top fruit harvesting is in full swing at Elshof Organic Fruit in the Netherlands. According to Robert Elshof, this year's conditions are excellent. "Fortunately, most growers could irrigate. We've had a great summer which means the fruit is of exceptional quality and flavor," he begins. Robert says…

Potato breeder Jan-Eric Geersing about the potato breeding program

"With our latest variety innovations, we have been able to tap into the German market as well"

The new organic table potato Cammeo from Dutch potato breeder Geersing was one of the eye-catchers at this year's Weuthen Potato Day. With this and other highly resistant and visually striking new registrations, the potato breeder has managed to open up the German market. Managing Director Jan-Eric…

German business chamber helps Sri Lanka firms enter EU organic market

A Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Sri Lanka (AHK Sri Lanka) with the European Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (ECCSL) has brought together domestic organic food…

Washington pear harvest sees later start to season

Like apples in Washington, pear harvest is also delayed. “We’re just getting rolling. Typically we would have been going for a couple of weeks. But with the springtime cold weather, everything is delayed,” says Dan Davis with Starr Ranch Growers. “So supplies of pears are a little tight to start.”…

Prices of organic Romaine lettuce have surged

Organic Romaine lettuce prices have jumped well over 100% between April 2021 and April 2022. The average price per pound went from $2 to $5 in that period. While the 2021…

Limited-edition organic wine grapes now available at The Fresh Market

Beginning today, The Fresh Market, Inc. is offering three varieties of wine grapes for an extremely limited time: Organic Carignane, French Columbard, and Granache. While typically grown in the regions in Europe where they are used in wine, these organic grapes are grown in small batches in California,…

Puente Blanco: "faces same challenges as rest of world - rising prices, fuel, logistics and fertilizers"

Good upcoming garlic export season expected from Argentina

“This year, weather conditions in Argentina have been very beneficial for the quality of our organic garlic and other produce so we are expecting excellent quality and quantities for the coming season. The most important market for Argentine garlic is Brazil, but our company mainly exports to Europe, The…

Robert van Melle, Eosta:

"Excellent organic orange sales, despite large supply; organic lemon shortage didn't hike prices"

In the Netherlands, this year's overseas organic citrus market is somewhat contradictory. For example, there are far fewer organic lemons, but prices are lower, while organic oranges and mandarins sales are going smoothly, despite increased supplies. Eosta's Product manager Robert van Melle provides an…

Vincent Gothknecht, I.Schroeder & Co, manages the branch in Vietnam:

"Interest in young jackfruit and in growing the MD2 pineapple variety is increasing"

I.Schroeder & Co from Hamburg has been active since 1953 as a supplier of preserved food and frozen products, not just throughout Europe, but worldwide. The company has subsidiaries in China, Hong Kong, India, Turkey and Vietnam. We spoke to Vincent Gothknecht, head of the Ho Chi Minh City branch in…

Organic Grower Summit, November 30 - December 1

CEA production educational session announced

The explosive growth of CEA (controlled environment agriculture) production has reshaped the landscape of fresh food production, and a panel of fresh produce industry experts will examine what the future of this $100 billion industry may look like in the coming years in the second educational session…

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Banana grower and distributor celebrates 17th annual GROW Month

Organics Unlimited, a San Diego-based grower and distributor of organic tropical fruit, will celebrate its 17th annual GROW Month starting on September 1, 2022.  Throughout September, the company will highlight its GROW program which focuses on social responsibility. These efforts include promoting sustainability,…

Mexico exports some 10,500 tons of organic blueberries in the current season

In 2021, Mexico had a production of more than 70,000 tons of blueberries. During the first quarter of this year, berries were positioned as the first most exported agri-food…

Demand for shishito peppers shows consistent growth

Supplies of organic shishito peppers are ample in the summer months. “This is the busiest time of year for shishitos due to optimal growing weather along the west coast, but we continue our growing season all year round,” says Katie Bishop of Jacobs Farm del Cabo. Supplies do look similar to last year at…

José Manuel Escobar, of LQA Thinking Organic: "This season will be very interesting for Mediterranean agriculture in general and for Almeria in particular."

"Right now, the demand for organic zucchini exceeds our production"

The southeastern coast of Andalusia has farms growing vegetables to supply the European market all year round. In fact, it is estimated that the greenhouses of the provinces of Granada and Almeria alone account for about 60% of all fruits and vegetables needed by the continent, with a production model in…

Flush of organic Heirloom tomatoes is short term

As California enters the beginning of its local tomato season which starts at the end of the month, organic Heirloom tomatoes are currently seeing a flush in production. “It will probably last from seven to 10 days. We have several growers out of several different growing areas so that means there’s a…

Santa Maria strawberry volumes on the rise

Volumes of both conventional and organic strawberries are growing weekly out of California’s Santa Maria region. “We are entering the transitional period of crops moving from the Salinas/Watsonville growing region to Santa Maria and Oxnard for fall production. We expect our Northern crop production in…

Pacific Northwest organic pear crop looks promising

The Pacific NW organic pear crop looks promising, as estimates point to an increase in volume over last year. The organic crop looks to be up from last year, with most varieties seeing volume increases. This is welcome in a year where much of northwest tree fruit volume has been down. Left to right:…

Educational session announced for Organic Grower Summit 2022

Navigating and adhering to new compliance requirements for organic producers and handlers will be the subject of the first educational session announced as part of the Organic Grower Summit (OGS) 2022 presented by Western Growers and OPN educational program slated for Nov. 30-Dec. 1 in Monterey,…

USDA to invest up to $300 million in new organic transition initiative

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced details of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) $300 million investment, including with American Rescue Plan funds, in a new…

An overview of the changing situation with Ilenia Nordera

In this phase of climate and geopolitical crisis, organic production proves to be the right choice

"In a context marked by the uncertainty of the consequences of the war in Ukraine, rising raw material costs and an 8 percent inflation level after 13 years of progress, even a sector with high potential such as organic is slowing down (-1.9 percent in value, -2.9 percent in volume)", said Ilenia…

Italy's Campo d'Oro

A green business model makes it possible to stand out in the marketplace

"Short supply chain, tradition and high service content are just a few characterizing aspects that have contributed to the growth of our brand. As a matter of fact, year 2022 can be defined as the one in a year when we have boosted the development of a business model that aims at a real green revolution.…

Carlos Parravicini, Argenti Lemon: "organic fast growing and highly demanded segment in US"

Argentina’s organic lemons make inroads in US

The company Argenti Lemon, based in Tucuman, Argentina, saw “very good conditions and quality” arrivals of their first two cargoes of organic lemons in the US. “For Argenti Lemon it is important to highlight the fact of reaching such a demanding market as the US, with a fresh, safe and clean Certified…

Haciendas Bio and Biosphera commit to planting up to 190 hectares

The Ondine flat nectarine and donut peach program launches its Bio version

The Ondine flat nectarine and donut peach program, which has been present for years in the market with producers in the northern and southern hemispheres, is launching its Bio version in this campaign. "The Ondine Bio program works with organic flat nectarines and donut peaches. It will have a lower…

'Attractive qualities and new grading and packing technology'

BayWa Obst GmbH & Co. KG launches the 2022 organic apple season

Numerous hours of sunshine and optimal weather conditions after  blooming have resulted in high quality organic apples at Lake Constance: a perfect starting point for the advent of the new pome fruit season, with exiting news for the customers of BayWa Obst GmbH & Co. KG (BayWa Obst) and its sales partner…

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Spar Austria and BIOhof Geinberg intensify cooperation

"From spring to autumn, we can fulfill the demand for organic vegetables from Austria"

Upper Austria's first geothermal greenhouse is located in Geinberg. Since its completion in 2022, hand-picked organic vegetables have been harvested at BIOhof Geinberg without any additional burden on the environment, even in colder months. The organic tomatoes and organic sweet peppers are delivered to…

Jörg Moser from Biosanica Ltd:

"Our company is one of the largest suppliers of organic dried apples"

Biosanica Ltd from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern produces around 800 tons of organic dried apples annually. "Our company is one of the largest suppliers of organic dried apples within the individual associations in Germany, whether it is Bioland, Naturland or Demeter in Germany. The demand in the trade is very…

Johan Vanhaeren, BioVibe

Demand on full organic vegetable market could be a bit better

Demand for organic vegetables has returned to pre-COVID-19 levels. That is according to Johan Vanhaeren of Belgian organic wholesaler BioVibe. "During the pandemic, our sales rose by about 50%, but that demand's now subsided slightly." Some products could do with a bit more demand, he says. "The carrot,…

Data Bridge Market Research

Organic fruit extracts market to see highest growth with growing CAGR of 7.65% by 2028

While producing this organic fruit extracts market document, best-practice models and research methodologies have been employed for an absolute market analysis. It is a completely informative and proficient report that highlights primary and secondary market drivers, market share, leading segments, and…

Steady shipments of Sekoya blueberries from Peru underway

Sekoya blueberries are currently arriving from Peru and will increase in volume through September with peak arrivals in October and November. This group of blueberry varieties has been chosen for specific characteristics that are favorable for both growers and consumers. “The four varieties under the…

Transition to Qtee pears new season starts

As of yesterday, the first of the new season of conversion Qtee pears are available at BelOrta in Belgium. It is the second consecutive year that this early pear variety is being offered under "EARTH", the fresh fruit and vegetables in conversion project's, label. These first conversion Qtee pears going on…

Werner Castiglioni and Hannes Tauber from VOG:

35,000 tons of apples for 40 countries

The Association of South Tyrolean Fruit Cooperatives from Terlan includes 12 cooperatives with 4,600 family farms, of which 300 are purely organic. As Werner Castiglioni, Managing Director of the Biosüdtirol cooperative, a member farm of the VOG, tells us, the association produces 42,000 tons of organic…

Jalisco production

Organic bell pepper program expands into summer

Divine Flavor announces its new project of summer organic bell peppers in Jalisco, Mexico. This program will add another of the company’s staple items to its year-round product list. Continuing from its established roots in Sinaloa, Mexico, with veteran producer, Hortifresh, the company will receive its…

VOLTZ Maraîchage

"Our brand is growing in Spain because we have a sales team in the field and a wide range of products"

VOLTZ Maraîchage, which is already well established and established in France, has extended its activities to Spain for the past 3 years. "Our brand is growing in the country and expanding its market thanks to our sales team in the field and because we have a wide range of products (for conventional and…

Organto to sell organic fruit at petrol and charge stations in the Netherlands

Organto Foods Inc., an integrated provider of branded organic and value-added organic fruit and vegetable products, today announced that it has launched its I AM Organic…

Hannes Schaffler, co-managing director of VON HERZEN Biobauern from Puch:

"Organic cherries have the potential to become a top item"

VON HERZEN Biobauern Ltd, founded in 2008 in Puch (near Weiz) by fruit farmer and managing director Martin Pfeiffer, can harvest and market up to 25,000 tons of organic apples and organic pears annually. However, as co-managing director Hannes Schaffler tells us, the company also offers summer fruits…

BioTropic GmbH

BioTropic offers nuts & dried fruits from organic projects worldwide

Coconut chips, cashews, mango pieces and the like

BioTropic, based in Duisburg, Germany, has recently considerably expanded its nut and dried fruit range. The internationally active organic fruit trader sources the products from organic projects worldwide. Coconut chips, for example, come from Sri Lanka, Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia. Synergies…

Alba Bio reports that the lack of labor is dramatic

The fresh produce world is going through a difficult period. Its worst enemies have been the pandemic and energy crisis, but the heat and drought are just as bad. FreshPlaza talked about it with Vittorio Gona, administrator of the Alba Bio PO. Vittorio Gona "The situation is rather bad, as problems such…

Organic blueberry volume continues to grow

Much like cherries, blueberries out of the Pacific Northwest are about two weeks later than last year thanks to a cool spring that extended growing degree days. As Cat Gipe-Stewart with Superfresh Growers notes, this means promotional volumes began in early to mid-July rather than the late June time…

Barbara Gamper from the Association of Val Venosta Producers for Fruit and Vegetables

"We can supply organic apples twelve months a year"

South Tyrol is not only a popular vacation destination, but is also home to a pioneer in the cultivation of organic apples. The Association of Val Venosta Fruit and Vegetable Producers (VIP) is one of the largest producers of organic apples in all of Europe. We spoke with Barbara Gamper at Biofach about…

Carrefour to contribute 350,000 euros to revitalize regions through organic farming

Carrefour has unveiled a plan to revitalize the rural economy by creating new regional organic channels, as part of a revitalization agreement with the French government. The…

Inflation hits organic fresh produce in Q2

Higher retail prices of organic fresh produce during the second quarter of 2022 generated a 3.7 percent increase in total organic dollars but also contributed to a decline in organic volume of 2.8 percent, according to Q2 2022 Organic Produce Performance Report issued by the Organic Produce Network (OPN)…

Historically low domestic production

Blueberry promotions likely to come on this month

August looks to be the month to promote conventional blueberries. “For the last few weeks, we have seen historically low domestic production numbers. August will be full of opportunities to promote conventional and organic blueberries as the North American crop will continue with decent volume and Peru…

EO Mecklenburger Ernte and Behr to be present at BioFach 2022 EO Mecklenburger Ernte

"From an initial 15 hectares, we have been able to expand organic vegetable production to approximately 600 hectares"

Domestically cultivated organic vegetables will again play an important role at BioFach in Nuremberg this year. Similar to other years, producer organization Mecklenburger…


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