Food & Beverages

In Europe, North and Latin America, Australia and New Zealand, China, Japan, Korea, some African countries etc. organic food is regulated by law. Various organic labels are attached to the products, indicating third-party certifiers.

Certification ensures the consumer that the respective products are really organic in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.
Nevertheless, there are some differences between the numerous certifications and their application in different countries. Please refer to related articles under "Movement".

Consumer Information | Business Information

Consumer Information

Consumers can find the following contents on this portal:

→ details about ingredients, processing and packaging
→ Information about a wide range of organic food and beverages
→ and their availability (retailers, internet shops etc.)
→ information about catering services, hotels and restaurants offering natural and organic food

Business Information

→ Information and regulations for producing, processing and distributing organic food

→ Import procedures and other regulations

→ Information about sources of supply for natural/organic raw materials and ingredients - in Japan and worldwide

→ Potential business partners (see Matchmaking and Members´ Area)


Organic Market and Aftermath of the Earthquake - 2011
Overview of global organic agriculture and markets. Damage caused in Japan by the triple disasters in March 2011 and outlook.
Market for Organic Products in Asia-Pacific - 2009
This presentation given at BioFach China 2009 shows the development of organic agriculture and markets in the region ... with comparative global figures.
Organic Food Market in Japan - 2006
A comprehensive survey of the Japanese market for organic food and beverages conducted and written by Organic Services, Germany on behalf of the Institute for Marketecology (IMO, Switzerland) and NürnbergMesse with participation of ABC Enterprises.
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