Bio & Sustainability

Spanish fruit and vegetable cooperative CASI’s organic range continues to grow in response to the increase in market demand.

Hispalco continues to invest in innovation, but does not lose sight of what makes it unique: the quality of its products and the care it puts into its packaging.

SAI Platform’s Farm Sustainability Assessment program (FSA) and GLOBALG.A.P. are announcing a new solution in response to global industry needs.

During the weekend of September 8-10, Biobest celebrated its 30 year anniversary with a series of events in and around its Westerlo headquarters.

Taiwan possesses a variety of fruit and vegetable breeding and cultivating hinge techniques, and is also the leading country in agricultural research and development in the sub-tropical climate.

Biobest Group is proud to announce the launching of Bluestim® into the USA Market. Bluestim® is a new and powerful plant anti-stress agent that will be featured at Biobest’s booth during Cultivate’17 show, in Columbus, Ohio (July 15th-18th).

Biobest Group is proud to announce the launching of Bluestim® into the USA Market.

GLOBALG.A.P. offers rice certification following good agricultural practices, and producers in several countries are already certified. The GLOBALG.A.P. certification system provides an integrated holistic approach to good agricultural practices and the scope covers more than 500 products.

In March 2017, the Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP) and GLOBALG.A.P. exchanged memberships and committed to work together towards good agricultural practices in rice production. 

BIOFACH, the World’s leading Trade Fair for Organic Food, and VIVANESS, the International Trade Fair for Natural Personal Care, have been able to set a new record in 2017 by achieving the 50,000 visitor mark. This time, expert visitors travelled from 134 countries to the Nuremberg meeting place. They were enthusiastic about the offers from the 2,785 exhibitors (259 of these at the VIVANESS) from 88 countries, and were inspired by the country of the year, Germany.

Innovation and responsibility: Germany, the country of the year inspires the organic industry.

GLOBALG.A.P. has now published a new guide for compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).


"The aim is for the network of green markets to spread through the city, favouring the consumption of fresh, quality, local produce, not only as a healthy habit, but also backing local farm production."

Barcelona has expanded its network of ‘green markets’, an initiative designed to boost the offering of local, organic and otherwise eco-friendly and healthy produce sold at the city’s fresh produce


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