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    (Version: 15-1-09)

    of each other • Minimum standards should be implemented in the national certification schemes • Do not create stricter nation rules that will rise costs and will create new distortions in the EU • Private standards are important for the development of organic farmingOrganic certification in one MS should be valid in all MS, just as a drivers licence • The regulation on organics could be
    27 May 2009
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    Green Paper report_final120309

    only to questions related to geographical indications or organic farming while other organisations ignored those to concentrate on marketing standards and certification schemes. It is however interesting to notice that (figure 5) the proportion of responses coming from a specific category of respondent is the same whatever the question considered. It is also coherent with the proportion of contributions
    12 Mar 2009
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    ia_annex_a1_en

    Convenience\availability Brand name Country of origin Produciton methods (organic, free range, etc.) Food safety Habit Family preferences You and your family's health Taste Appearance\freshness Price Quality Box: Extract from Special Eurobarometer 238 survey, Risk Issues, published February 2006. p.9. Organic farming is a specific production system, the product of which is widely available on the market.
    27 May 2009
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    (Version: 15-1-09)

    biodiversity and national park protection, to ‘low carbon’ claims. The Commission has also launched such initiatives, the most significant of which is the Organic farming labelling scheme. Instruments of quality policy can be used to enhance environmental sustainability. By communicating to consumers the environmental farming attributes and characteristics of product at the point of sale, consumers
    27 May 2009
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    Global view - production process

    m/index.shtml 386 Sì! Naturalmente Italy YES 387 Signé Poitou Charente France www.irqua.com/co nnaitre/signes-didentification regionale/fs-poitoucharentes/ YES YES YES 388 Slovak Gold Slovakia www.slovakgold.sk /index.php?lang=E N 389 Slovak organic farming Slovakia www.uksup.sk/inde x.php?n=107 YES YES YES 390 Soil Association organic standards United Kingdom www.soilassociatio n.org/Whatwedo/O rganicstandards/
    02 Dec 2010
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    Global view - sectors

    YES YES YES 389 Slovak organic farming Slovakia www.uksup.sk/index.php?n=1 07 YES YES YES YES YES honey 390 Soil Association organic standards United Kingdom www.soilassociation.org/Wha twedo/Organicstandards/ YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES 391 Sojarei bio Austria www.sojarei.at YES 392 Sonnentro Austria www.sonnentor.com/ YES YES YES 393 SOPA -Sottish Organic Producers Association- United Kingdom
    02 Dec 2010
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    Name of the scheme

    No 336. SI Rules Beekeping Areas 2003 No 337. SICILIA AGRICOLTURA 338. SKAL Certification organic production 339. Slovenia Organic Farming Regulation No 340. SOGE- Association of Ecological Agriculture, Greece 341. SOPA - Scottish Organic Producers Association 342. Spar - Natur Pur 343. SPII-Scottish Pig Industry Initiative 344. SVENSK LANTMAT 345. SWEDISH SEAL 346. Synthetic vitamins for monogastric
    31 Oct 2008
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    Deliverable 5

    the European Union food industry, PDO (Protected Designation of Origin), PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) and TSG (Traditional Speciality Guaranteed). Combined with Council Regulation (EEC) 2092/91 providing the framework for organic farming they are the only EU enforced quality assurance schemes in the food industry. There are other schemes either backed by public entities both national and
    18 Jan 2007
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    Diapositiva 1

    aggregation fed by all the schemes included in the inventory for the specific country (1) Schemes can cover multiple product groups and/or multiple policy areas Schemes by COVERED PRODUCTS and POLICY AREA Safety & Hygiene Traceability Animal Health Origin & specific production environment Animal Welfare Organic Farming Integrated crop/pest management Environmenta l management Sustainable use of resources
    07 Dec 2010
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    ia_annex_d_en

    from others by highlighting certain product or process attributes (e.g., observance of strict animal welfare or environmental requirements; organic farming; social standards; high organoleptic product quality; origin; etc.) and communicating this fact to the consumer by means of a logo or label. Farmers and producers can use such schemes to improve their marketing position and obtain higher prices for
    27 May 2009