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New handbook: Organic in Europe - Prospects and Developments

This publication provides an overview of developments and future prospects from the perspective of public policy support and market growth.

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(04.03.2014) 

EU agricultural and food policies continue to have a significant impact on the development of organic farming not only in the EU-28, but also across Europe influencing market trends in EU Candidate and Potential candidate countries as well as countries within the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

Divided into three sections the publication firstly assesses the latest developments in EU organic food and farming policy, secondly it considers case studies of organic farming policy in action both in the EU and other European countries and finally it provides a detailed overview of organic farming and market development in Europe from the latest market trends to detailed reports of the sector in 30 countries.

The book is a joint publication of the European Union Group of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM EU; www.ifoam.eu.org), the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL, http://www.fibl.org/en and the Mediterranean Institute for Agronomic Research CIHEAM-IAMB (www.iam.it).

The book was compiled in the framework of the "Mind the CAP" campaign, which is co-funded by the European Union.

More information

  • Shop.FiBL.org: Organic in Europe
  • IFOAM-EU-org: Mind the CAP campaign
  • Contact: Helga Willer, FiBL, Switzerland
  • Quote: Meredith; Stephen and Helga Willer (2014): Organic in Europe. Prospects and Developments. IFOAM EU-FiBL-CIHEAM-IAMB Report. European Union Group of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements, Brussels

Organic in Europe 2014

  • Organic in Europe 2014 - Prospects and Developments
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Contact

Dr. Helga Willer
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL
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Tel.+41 62 865 7207
Fax +41 62 865 7273
helga.willer@no-spam.fibl.org
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