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EU to recognise UK organics after Brexit

GLOBALG.A.P. delays launch of new IFA standard

Singapore aims to become urban agriculture technology hub

Singapore aims to become urban agriculture technology hub

Published on Oct 21st, 2020

Singapore is investing heavily in high-tech farming to become more self-sufficient. The third most densely populated country in the world has sacrificed many things, including food production. Farms make up no more than 1% of total land area, which means the country spends out around $10 billion each year on food imports, which account for 90% of food consumption. 

Organisation launched in India to promote organic produce

EU organic fruit production increases 5% in 2018

EU organic fruit production increases 5% in 2018

Published on May 04th, 2020
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The European Union’s organic agriculture expanded by 6.0% in 2017 and by 7.6% in 2018, with area now surpassing 13.8 million ha, according to a report published by Agence Bio. Organic represented about 7.5% of the EU’s utilised agricultural area in 2018 (7.2% in 2017). There were 325,306 registered organic farms in 2018 (+4.9% compared to 2017). 

EU organic area expands 70% in 10 years

EU organic area expands 70% in 10 years

Published on Mar 28th, 2019

The European Commission has published a brief outlining the importance of the organic farming sector. Recent production and market trends show the importance that organics has gained over the last decade. Organic farming responds to a specific consumer demand for sustainable food products, promoting more sustainable farming practices and contributing to the protection of the environment and improved animal welfare.

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