Independent and qualified certifications drawn up by a non-profit consortium made up of bodies, associations, companies and civil organisations oriented towards ethics and environmental sustainability.
To export and market organic products in the USA. Such products include agricultural, livestock, processed products for human and animal feed (no aquaculture), technical means for agriculture and cosmetics.
For organic products marketed on the Swiss market, stricter guidelines than the minimum legal requirements of European and Swiss standards for organic products.
It helps vegetarian consumers to identify on the market products obtained without the use of ingredients resulting from animal suffering. Milk, eggs, honey, etc. are allowed.
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.
To export and market organic products in Japan: food products and feed, agricultural and zootechnical products, excluding wine, spirits and aquaculture. products.
It guarantees the protection of the environment and natural resources, the ecological management of accommodation facilities, the promotion of local culture and catering with products from organic agriculture
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.