Events in 2014
BIOFACH AMERICA - ALL THINGS ORGANIC offers manufacturers and traders the opportunity to get to know the North American organic market better. Besides inspiring meetings at the trade show, Baltimore is the ideal place for planning trade connections and making contact.
BioFach America - All Things Organic delivers cutting edge organics finished products, raw materials, market intelligence and education that tradeshow and conference attendees won´t find anywhere else in North America.
All the latest innovations at SANA 2014.
The 26th International Exhibition of Organic and Natural Products opens its doors in Bologna’s fair district from Saturday 6 September to Tuesday 9 September.
With a new partnership with Bio Brazil Fair, BIOFACH America Latina is the largest event in the sector in Latin America and present in the international calendar of trade shows dedicated to organics.
From production to retail, the organics universe takes part in the event, which values socio-environmental responsibility and supports sustainable producers and traders.
Organized by NürnbergMesse and China Green Food Development Center, BIOFACH CHINA is the daughter show of BIOFACH, the world’s biggest organic trade fair held annually in Nürnberg, Germany. Since 2007, BIOFACH CHINA has developed into the most influential organic trade fair in China. Under the patronage of IFOAM, it is the only trade fair in China which specially focused on certified organic products.
IFOAM President Andre Leu will be taking part in a seminar hosted by IFOAM Japan on March 13th in Tokyo.
The main objectives of this seminar are
1. What kind of efforts and plans are being used by distrubution industries following the radioactive fallout.
2. Overview of the present situation of Organic Agriculture in Japan.
Following the "International Conference on Organic & Ecological Agriculture in Mountain Ecosystems March 5th- 8th, 2014" the Towards Organic Asia (TOA) alliance, in close collaboration is organizing an optional 2-day post-conference programme at the College of Natural Resources, Lobesa.