Bio Siegel indicates organic production in Germany, always together with the compulsory Community organic logo. Italian manufacturers certified by ICEA can use the logo.
For organic products marketed on the Swiss market, stricter guidelines than the minimum legal requirements of European and Swiss standards for organic products.
It identifies and guarantees agricultural and agri-food products from biodynamic method and allows access to marked markets that reward stricter requirements than the minimum legal requirements.
Unlike Bio-Siegel, Naturland is in more selective trade channels than organic products that meet more stringent ecological standards, including corporate responsibility.
It has been identifying organic products in France since the 1990s, before EU legislation. Many consumers recognise this trademark on packaging and French distributors demand it for goods coming from Italy.
Standard of the Swiss company Denilat, which sells organic wines on the Swiss, Austrian and German markets. It imposes stricter requirements, including corporate responsibility ones.
The products with its logo are well known in the Swedish market and appreciated by consumers for the level of guarantee offered and the important institutional role played by KRAV.
Soil Association certifies UK organic products well recognised in the UK market and appreciated by consumers for the high level of guarantees offered.