IFOAM Organics Europe, the European umbrella organisation for organic food and farming, and Diversified Communications, a global events and media company, renewed their partnership to support growth in the organic sector.

 

The partnership involves collaboration on a range of trade events across Europe. For companies active in organic business and IFOAM Organics Europe’s members, this partnership offers an in-depth insight into the organic industry and various organic markets:

  • Highlighting industry trends and market opportunities in the UK, the Nordic region, and the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Showcasing inspirational business stories.
  • Promoting the image of organic as a solution to meet consumers’ needs for nutritious, environment-friendly, and respecting animal welfare food option.
  • Providing multiple discussion platforms for sharing ideas and overcoming difficulties facing the sector.

IFOAM Organics Europe will represent the European perspective at Diversified’s events in the coming months. Learn about the EU policies that will impact the European organic market at:

Joanna Wierzbicka, Deputy Director, IFOAM Organics Europe: “We are excited to continue partnership with Diversified Communications, a company with a proven track record of promoting sustainability and innovation in the food industry. By combining our resources, we enhance our understanding of market trends and challenges and exchange ideas. That helps us more effectively address current industry challenges, making meaningful impact on the sector’s progress.”

Carsten Holm, Managing Director, Diversified Communications: “IFOAM Organics Europe are recognised as the leading international organisation to promote the transition of farmers to organic agriculture, raise awareness of the need for sustainable production and consumption, and to advocate for a policy environment conducive to agro-ecological farming practices and sustainable development.  We are delighted to be working with IFOAM and the whole international organic movement to support these important principles, and to help to increase the awareness and consumption of sustainably produced organic products to support the environment and the future of our planet.”

Further information available at www.organicseurope.bio

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