organic news community – Stop of sending out our newsletter for the time being

von oneco-Redaktion

Dear oneco Newsletter Subscriber,

Publication of the oneco Newsletter stopped on 28 February 2014 and we will then take a creative sabbatical.


BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2014: 42,445 visitors at 25th anniversary of world’s leading exhibition

von Barbara Böck

42,445* trade visitors from 135 countries (international share 44 %) were determined not to miss the 25th anniversary of BIOFACH and the eighth edition of VIVANESS. So the exhibition duo continues its high level of attendance from Germany and abroad.  more


oneco-OPENING TIME: From sheep to store

von Birgit Will

In the regional organic store in Prien, the Priener Regional- und Bio-Markt, everything revolves round sheep. The store is supplied with fresh meat from its own adjoining Naturland sheep farm. It’s an individual concept to create a profile and position of strength vis-à-vis the competition. more


BIOFACH - BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2014: some 42,000 visitors at 25th anniversary of world’s leading exhibition

von Barbara Böck

Some 42,000* trade visitors from 134 countries were determined not to miss the 25th anniversary of BIOFACH and the eighth edition of VIVANESS. The exhibition duo thus shows a continuously high level of attendance from Germany and abroad.  more


BIOFACH 2014: world’s leading exhibition celebrates 25th anniversary

von Barbara Böck

The cake for BIOFACH’s 25th anniversary will be cut in the presence of the founders on 12 February, when the World’s leading Exhibition for Organic Food opens for the 25th time. BIOFACH has taken place in Nürnberg since 1999.  more


Romania, “Country of the Year” at BioFach 2013

by Nine O'clock

Romania, Country of the Year at BioFach 2013 Romania was displayed as the Country of the Year at BioFach Nuremberg 2013 (February 13-16), the... more


Arla: export of organic milk to China

by Verlag Th. Mann

Arla: export of organic milk to China The Danish-Swedish dairy Arla will export 70 million liter organic milk per year to China. The milk is... more


Natural cosmetics: Distribution is key to success in a slowing European market

by Premium Beauty News

...such as Woolworth going bankrupt - has led many UK natural and organic brands to target export markets for growth. Indeed, many British brands... more


Germany: Emmi takes Gläserne Molkerei stake

by Just Food

Swiss dairy giant Emmi has taken a 24% stake in German organic dairy Gläserne Molkerei through its wholly-owned subsidiary Molkerei Biedermann. Emmi said the tie-up between Gläserne Molkerei and its own organic business would allow it to "consolidate" its position in Germany, becoming involved in the "growing market" for organic products.  more


Australian organics rated number one

by Eco News

Australian organics rated number one Australian organic products are rated the highest quality and considered almost twice as good as international... more


Canada aiming to find organic food niche in Taiwan market

by Focus Taiwan

...is hoping to develop a niche market in Taiwan for certain types of organic food products, a Canadian envoy said Thursday. To this end, Canadian... more


Organic Food - Beyond the headlines

by Rob Sexton, CEO of Soil Association

You’ve probably all seen the headlines that have dominated the press this week. 'Organic Food is 'Not Healthier'. Working at the Soil Association, it’s things like this that can make your heart sink. But I hope like me you read further down the page, because the very next line in the same article states: "However, the findings by researchers at Stanford University, California, do suggest that eating organic foods can reduce the likelihood of consuming pesticides and antibiotic-resistant bacteria".  more


UK: Why have we fallen out of love with organic food?

by The Guardian

This week yet another report told us that organic produce is no better for our health than conventional food. But moving away from organic doesn't have to mean giving up on food that is good for humans, animals and the environment.  more


Czech Republic: Organic farm boom slows down in 2012

by Prague Daily Monitor

The boom of organic farms in the Czech Republic has slowed down notably due to the halt to subsidies for fledgeling organic farmers and only 20 new organic farms were opened in the first eight months of this year, according to statistics published by the Agriculture Ministry yesterday.  more


Organic Valley to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

by PRWeb

the nation s largest cooperative of organic farmers and a leading organic brand, today announced it will celebrate its 25th anniversary in March... more