Final event of the Bulgarian-Swiss project “For the Balkan and the People”
The organic food and farming movement (IFOAM EU) welcomes today’s European Parliament backing of the European Commission’s proposal to ban pesticides on Ecological Focus Areas (EFAs).
Yesterday’s meeting of the Council of Agriculture Ministers did not [...]
How do we move organic forward to ensure sustainability & health of our food systems? Innovation is one of the answers.
A new system of electronic certification to better monitor imports of organic products becomes applicable as of 19 April, making the EU a global leader in traceability and in the collection of reliable data on trade of these products, informs the European Commission in a press release, issued on 18 April.
Food consumed in the European Union continues to be largely free of pesticide residues or to contain residues that fall within legal limits, new figures show.
Getting ready for Easter? You can find delicious foods freshly from the farm and experience various attractions at the traditional Easter farmer’s market on Palm Sunday, 9 April 2017, in the very heart of Sofia.
Over 130 European civil society organisations representing environmental and social justice networks, organic farmers, pastoralists, peasants, sustainable forestry groups, health groups, animal welfare organisations, consumer rights bodies, development, fair-trade, cultural heritage and rural development organisations, consumer co-operatives, sustainable tourism and crafts associations from 25 EU countries have today called on EU leaders to carry out a radical reform of the CAP and related policies
The organic wine Vinica Mavrud - 2013 of Zagreus Winery is No 1 of the DiVino ranking of the best Bulgarian wines for 2016
Forthcoming CAP reforms need to set in motion a new deal between farmers and citizens that strengthens the environmental and socio-economic performance of the European agri-food sector.