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Bioworld expands with growing market demand

Workshop at BIOFACH2020: “Boosting the organic sector by integrating breeding into value chain partnerships”

Workshop at BIOFACH2020: “Boosting the organic sector by integrating breeding into value chain partnerships”

Published on Feb 10th, 2020

FIBL & EUROFRESH DISTRIBUTION are happy to invite you at BIOFACH2020 workshop: “Boosting the organic sector by integrating breeding into value chain partnerships”.

Date: 13.02.2020

Time: 11:00 - 11:45

Location: Room Prag, NCC Ost Mitte of Nuremberg

EU and US vie for leadership in organics

EU and US vie for leadership in organics

Published on Feb 03rd, 2020

The world’s largest organic markets, the US and the EU have exhibited dynamic growth over the past couple of years. While the US overtook the EU as the leading global organic food market in 2012, the EU has been showing stronger growth of late. Indeed, over the past 10 years, the organic food market in the EU has nearly doubled. According to the Organic Trade Association, the US recorded sales of US $47.9 billion in 2018, while the EU market was worth an estimated US $45.4 billion, up 18% from the previous year, according to USDA FAS data.

 

Third Global Organic Produce Expo sees record attendance and focus on sustainability

Third Global Organic Produce Expo sees record attendance and focus on sustainability

Published on Jan 27th, 2020

The Global Organic Produce Expo brought in more buyers and exhibitors than previous years and garnered many positive reviews. Organised by The Packer, the third annual event took place 9-11 January and focused on fresh organic produce.

Lidl launches innovative organic vegetable labelling

Lidl launches innovative organic vegetable labelling

Published on Dec 10th, 2019

Lidl Poland has begun labelling its organic vegetables using a non-invasive laser technique to avoid using packaging, paper, ink or glue, reports portalspozywczy.pl. The technique is already being used with the retailer’s organic butternut squash and celery, as of the beginning of December. The technique is entirely safe and does not affect the structure and nutritional value of the products in any way, leaving just a "tattoo" on the vegetable using a concentrated light beam. Information that these are organic products can be found directly on the skin.

Agroponiente with booming market and organics

Agroponiente with booming market and organics

Published on Feb 10th, 2016

Agroponiente is a company located in the Spanish Southeast, mainly in Almeria, but also with facilities along the coast of Granada, cultivating and trading fruit and vegetables such as tomato, cucumber, pepper, aubergine, beans, melons and watermelons, among others. Supply volumes for the current campaign are forecast to be similar last year’s, with slight variations per product and depending on how the market develops, as well as factors affecting it such as foreign competition, weather conditions and other eventualities.

New investments in packing and logistics

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