B/Open: two international events on the European organic market and the "Farm to fork" strategy

Two sequential online events organized by BIOLS.EU will be hold on Tuesday 24 November in the context of B/Open, the organic fair taking place in Verona: a press conference that will present the "European organic market data - The pre and post Covid trend", from 2 to 2.30 pm, and a seminar on the “Farm to fork strategy: how to balance supply and demand in the objective of 25% of organic surface by 2030 – An analysis of the National Action Plans for the development of organic production” from 2.30 to 3.30 pm.


Global organic production: Italy among top leaders

We are the largest organic citrus fruit producers in the world (27% of the entire Italian citrus fruit area is organic), the first European country for olive trees (over 20% of the national area with olive groves is organic), for fruit (almost 25,000 hectares, over 11% of the total area) and for vegetables (55,000 hectares, almost 11% of the national area planted to grow vegetables).


France: Agence Bio, new data and a survey on consumption and perception of organic products

As usual, Agence BIO and its partners take an active part in the "Salon International de l’Agriculture - International Exhibition of Agriculture" (Porte de Versailles, Paris, until 4 March), highlighting the growing importance of the organic sector,  its strong growth and dynamism.


Canada: new milestones in organic production

Also in Canada, as almost everywhere in the world, the total organic agricultural land is increasing. The Canada Organic Trade Association (COTA)'s latest research has revealed 5,053 certified organic operators in Canada, accounting for 2.43 million acres of land (983,386 ha).  "Canada's organic sector continues to rely on the voluntary disclosure of data by certifiers and provincial organizations. In 2016 we finally have universal participation, resulting in the most rigorous production data yet," said Tia Loftsgard, COTA's Executive Director.

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