What we're reading this week

Apr 26, 2017 7:38:00 PM

Digital shift may boost EU organic meat imports


Organic meat importers may be boosted by digital certification system, which the European Commission says will make the EU "a global leader in traceability" and the collection of reliable organic trade data. 


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Steaz announces expanded distribution of new cactus water product line


 With the new integration of Cactus Water within these stores, Steaz will generate more awareness and encourage more trial on Steaz as well as increase sales in all channels as consumers will now be looking out for the product. Read More>>

AETOS launches on Amazon with line of USDA organic an non-GMO


AETOS products are as notable for what they leave out as what they put in; none of the company's essential oils are mixed with binders or fillers, nor are any purchased through agents. Read More>>

India to treble export of organic products by 2020


According to the Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority, Indian farmers produced around 1.35 million tonnes of certified in 2015-16 which include all varieties of food products namely sugarcane. Read More>>

Farming Co-op planting new ideas for sector


The Organic & Regenerative Investment Co-operative aims to provide a vehicle for companies and people to invest directly in successful organic farms and businesses. Read More>>