To buy the whole publication, please go to IFOAM or FiBL.
To buy the publication, please go to IFOAM or FiBL.
ITC’s Market News Service (MNS) produces quarterly reports on prices and trends in the organic market. MNS addresses the lack of transparency in the international market and improves business decision-making through the provision of up-to-date price information.
For more data on organics, you can consult key data and results of the global survey on organic agriculture of the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, carried out in cooperation with the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements IFOAM and funded by ITC on http://www.organic-world.net/.For further information, contact us here.
ITC also supports governments to formulate policies that are more coordinated and favourable towards organic agriculture.
ITC works closely with the following organizations:
IFOAM is the worldwide umbrella organization for the organic movement, uniting more than 750 member organizations in 116 countries. IFOAM’s mission is leading, uniting and assisting the organic movement in its full diversity. The goal is the worldwide adoption of ecologically, socially and economically sounds systems that are based on the Principles of Organic Agriculture.
For further information on IFOAM, please go to: http://www.ifoam.org/index.html
The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL Switzerland, FiBL Germany and FiBL Austria are centres for research and consultancy on organic agriculture.
For further information on FiBL, please go to: http://www.fibl.org/en/homepage.html
ITC is currently implementing a project in Zambia whose overall objective is to increase the competitiveness of Zambian SMEs exporting products in the organic and sustainability segments of the food and natural products market. More information of the project can be found here.
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