ORGANIC FOOD ORGANIC MOOD

Certified to be organic

“Organic Food Organic Mood” is a three-year programme funded by the European Union and the Italian government and promoted by FederBio, the Italian Federation for Organic and Biodynamic Agriculture, which aims at increasing and strengthen the role of the Community agro-food industry, and in particular the organic farming sector in non-EU Countries, such as China, Japan and USA.
The project involves a series of information, promotional and communication initiatives guided by the following objectives:

to spread awareness and knowledge on the qualitative, health and nutritional properties of organic products certified according to the EC Regulations 834/2007, 889/2008 and 203/2012, and subsequent modifications and integrations

to inform on the certification system and on the Community rules governing organic production method, and to raise awareness among consumers on the labelling of the EU organic farming logo

to explain the benefits of the organic production method, with particular regard to environmental sustainability, the animal welfare and the maintenance of the countryside and of the agricultural biodiversity

to increase the level of awareness amongst consumers and the professionals in the field on organic farming with the aim to enhance, encourage and open up new market opportunities for the EU organic products

The “Organic Food Organic Mood” project seeks to promote certified organic products with a special focus on some organic supply chains: milk and its by-products, extra virgin olive oil, fruit and vegetables and processed products (fruit juices and preserves), organic wine, vinegar (balsamic vinegar, traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena), cereals and its by-products and processed products, honey and bee by-products, meat and its by-products.

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CAMPAIGN FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE ITALIAN GOVERNEMENT