Posted  28 Feb, 2019 
In: Articles

New statistics show that organic farmland has reached nearly 70 million hectares worldwide and the global organic market has reached 97 billion US dollars, the highest market yet, according to recent data compiled by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and IFOAM and presented at BIOFACH 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany yesterday. The 20th edition of “The World of Organic Agriculture” study shows a positive continuation in the trend that has been seen over the past few years. Click here to view the full article from FiBL.

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