Stakeholder Conference on the Organic Regulation Review

Organised by IFOAM EU and the Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union
Rue Belliard 60-62, 1000 Brussels, Belgium - 29 April 2014

Please find available presentations below:

Discussion panel - Jürn Sanders, Senior Researcher, German Thünen Institute - “Findings of the Evaluation report”

Workshop 1  "Organic Food Chain: New rules for production, processing and retail"- Marian Blom, Biologica

Workshop 2 "Control, Imports and thresholds" - Dorota Metera, Bioekspert Ltd.

Workshop 3 "The European Organic Action Plan" - Merit Mikk, Estonian Organic Fariming Foundation

Workshop 3 - Thomas Fertl, IFOAM EU Vice President - “What will the new organic action plan bring?




Have your say on the Organic Regulation Review

The European Commission has published a legal proposal for a new Organic Regulation and a new European Organic Action Plan. From this point, the new Organic Regulation will go into trilogue discussions, with the key institutional players involved being the European Council and European Parliament. The Action Plan will enter into force in April.

Join the IFOAM EU / Baden-Württemberg conference, to discuss the impact of the newly proposed organic framework with policy makers. Member States and future Members of Parliament need to know their positions on organic matter to their constituents. The more we are, the stronger our voice!




This conference is co-financed by the European Community, Directorate-General for the Environment. The sole responsibility for this communication lies with the IFOAM EU Group. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information provided.

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