Momentan nur englische (*) bzw. spanische (**)
>>> Non-Organic Standards
National Organic Program of the USDA (United
States Department of Agriculture)
Japanese Agricultural Standard of Organic
Agricultural Products (including Processed
Foods) of the MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture,
Forestry and Fisheries of Japan)
Bio Suisse is the umbrella organization of the
Swiss organic farmers.
||Canada Organic Regime
2009 haben Kanada und die USA ein
Gleichwertigkeitsabkommen für Bio-Lebensmittel
unterzeichnet. Produkte, die gemäß dem
US-amerikanischen National Organic Program
zertifiziert sind, können auch in Kanada als
Bio verkauft werden.
||GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARD
Der GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARD ist das
umfassendste und weltweit anerkannteste
Programm zur Zertifizierung von
||Bird Friendly Coffee*
The shade criteria for "Bird Friendly®" coffee
has been developed by the Smithsonian Migratory
Bird Center in the spirit of mutual interest
and cooperation with others involved in coffee
(producers, traders, retailers, researchers,
etc.) who share concerns about this very
important aspect of sustainable coffee
Remark: At the bottom of the page you will find
a link to the pdf.file "Norms for Production,
Processing and Marketing of "Bird Friendly ®"
Demeter is the brand for products from
Remark: On the DEMETER website please go for
Naturland is one of the most important
organisations in the field of organic
agriculture in Germany. On the global level
Naturland is one of the major certifying
organisations for organic produce.
Remark: On the NATURLAND website please go for
"Naturland e.V. Standards".
The Soil Association is the UK's leading
campaigning and certification organisation for
organic food and farming.
Remark: On the website of Soil Association
please go for "Organic Standards".
The first KRAV Standard where published 1985 and covered plant production. Today they have Standards for 19 different types of production.
(Fruit & Vegis; IFA; Coffee)*
GlobalGAP is an initiative of retailers
belonging to the Euro-Retailer Produce Working
Group (EUREP). It is based on an equal
partnership of agricultural producers and their
retail customers. The Mission is to develop
widely accepted standards and procedures for
the global certification of Good Agricultural
Starbucks? socially and environmentally
responsible buying guidelines for coffee and
cocoa are respectively called C.A.F.E.
Practices and COCOA Practices. CERES has been
approved as a verification organisation by
Utz Certified ist ein Zertifizierungsprogramm
für die nachhaltige Produktion von Kaffee,
Kakao und Tee.
The Fair Trade Sustainability Alliance (FairTSA) is a non-profit organization specializing in fair trade and social responsibility standard development, ethical supply chain management and accountable, sustainable community development.
The 4C Certification System works towards building a sustainable coffee supply chains and improved livelihoods of farmers. 4C applies high standards on economic, social and environmental conditions for coffee production and processing.
||The Union for Ethical Bio Trade*
UEBT brings together a range of stakeholders (companies, NGOs, governments) to promote sourcing with respect for people and biodiversity.
||Símbolo de Pequeños Productores*
The SPP is backed by an independent certification system, guaranteeing consumers that products come from authentic, democratic, self-managing organizations of small producers, and that they have been produced in line with criteria for economic, social, cultural and ecological sustainability, and commercialized under fair conditions.