Awards & Certifications

Certified Organic Farming

Organic farming is an agricultural method that aims to produce food using natural substances and processes. This means that organic farming tends to have a limited environmental impact as it encourages:

  • the responsible use of energy and natural resources;

  • the maintenance of biodiversity;

  • preservation of regional ecological balances;

  • enhancement of soil fertility;

  • maintenance of water quality.

Additionally, organic farming rules encourage a high standard of animal welfare and require farmers to meet the specific behavioural needs of animals.

European Union regulations on organic farming are designed to provide a clear structure for the production of organic goods across the whole of the EU. This is to satisfy consumer demand for trustworthy organic products whilst providing a fair marketplace for producers, distributors and marketers.

The organic logo can only be used on products that have been certified as organic by an authorised control agency or body. This means that they have fulfilled strict conditions on how they are produced, transported and stored.

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The main services offered by CCPB are control and certification. Pursuit of quality, accountability and innovation are values that have always inspired and supported CCPB.

Organic production is growing all over the world. Biodiversity, environmental safeguard, healthy food and sustainability are more and more important and accountability of the inspection body is fundamental.

CCPB certifies organic products for many international markets.

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European Vegetarian Union

The main activities of the EVU are:

  • To lobby governments, European institutions and organisations for greater recognition of vegetarian issues in policy decisions;

  • To support and represent member societies on a European level, and to offer a platform for close cooperation;

  • To raise public awareness of, and promote vegetarianism, vegetarian issues and the benefits of a vegetarian lifestyle;

  • To further promote the successful V-Label scheme, in the interest of all vegetarian and vegan consumers across Europe.

The EVU currently represents national member organisations from over 30 countries. It is  politically, ethnically and religiously neutral, independent and autonomous.

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