The FairWild Seal: “Getting the Consumers on Board”

Producers, traders and consumers of organic products with wild plant ingredients are sometimes faced with a problem: the sustainability of procurement is difficult to track, and even existing organic labels do not offer any security. This is where the FairWild certification system comes in – and calls for more educational work with consumers.

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870 Companies for Sustainability

On the initiative of the “Unternehmensgrün” association, which has been in existence for 28 years, more than 870 companies have signed an appeal. With this appeal, they demand that, despite Corona, they do not lose sight of the goals they have set themselves in terms of sustainability, climate and environmental protection and that they forge new alliances.

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Organic Sector One Step Ahead in Animal and Plant Protection

Food producers and retailers have a major impact on biodiversity. Yet, few industry standards and labels set criteria for species protection, according to an EU-wide study. This also applies to the organic sector. Some producers have become active themselves and are committed to biodiversity using their own strategies.

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