- The EU organic logo and labelling is a quick and simple way for consumers to recognise organic produce, and an important step in guaranteeing that organic produce is always of the same high standards.
- Food quality – 90 % of Europeans believe that ‘organic’ by definition means ‘GMO-free’. Find out what restrictions exist on pesticides, fertilisers, and antibiotics and how organic farmers create good quality produce through crop rotations and cultivating in season.
- Inspections and controls. Only half of Europeans know that all organic operators must be controlled at least once per year. Discover the control process from start to finish.
- Short supply chain. Organic farming means that the time and distance from the farm to your kitchen is greatly reduced..
Organic production combines best environmental practices, a high level of biodiversity and the preservation of natural resources. It is a production method using natural substances and processes. Organic production delivers public goods contributing to the protection of the environment.