Ecozept and the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL Projekte GmbH) get to the bottom of this question in the latest issue of the German trade journal Ökologie und Landbau (Ecology and Farming). You can download the current journal article here.
On January 22nd and 23rd, the Dutch organic sector will meet in Zwolle, Netherlands. At Bio-beurs, Ecozept will present its results of a strategy analysis on the organic specialized retail in France, Germany, Belgium and Italy.
For 9 years now, Ecozept has been supporting farmers in the Munich Green Belt on behalf of the City of Munich in marketing their products. 3 years ago, the term "Münchner Grüngürtel" was protected by copyright. It gives consumers security about the regional origin of their food from the city of Munich or the neighbouring communities.
Focussing on the topic "Welcome to Mainstream - Assuming Responsibility Jointly", the 2nd Organic Marketing Days took place at Castle Kirchberg in Kirchberg an der Jagst (Germany) on 19 - 20 November. Marketing experts from the fields of agricultural production, processing, trade, consulting and consumer advocacy came together to discuss the latest developments on the organic market.
Innovation in short food supply chains: that’s what we have developed in our project in the French town of Buzançais. The solution of automated and refrigerated lockers gives a 24-hour access to fresh local products that can be ordered in advance.