Organic Vision


The Great Principles


Human health

  • Organic agriculture is required to produce food that is free of pesticide and synthetic residues.  It must also guarantee that the food has not been genetically modified (GMO).
  • Organic agriculture is required to produce healthy and authentic food that will retain all their natural and nutritional properties.

Social and societal development

  • Organic agriculture must compensate its participants through a system of fair added value redistribution.
  • Organic agriculture must not be exposed to economic pressures other than those required for its own operating operation.
  • Organic agriculture must ensure and promote its development and sustainability through the means of human-sized farms.

Environment

  • Organic agriculture must be carried out in an environment conducive to biodiversity. It requires proper landscape management and effective use of ecosystem services.
  • Organic agriculture will emphasize on local solutions, and will either prohibit or make a strict use of polluting technologies and materials.

Animal wellbeing

  • Organic agriculture will provide optimal living conditions to the animals through all the different stages of their life and of the production.
  • Organic agriculture will only select breeds or strains compatible with its strict production standards.

True Authentic Taste

  • Organic agriculture enables us to rediscover authentic tastes and flavours.
  • It compels us to rethink our eating habits, how we view the food and thus to respect the products.

 

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