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Press conference BioFach 2017: international recognition of Ukrainian farmer

On February 22, 2017 at Ukrinform Informational Agency (B. Khmelnytskyi St., 8/16, 1st Floor, Media... read more


Reliable organic supplier: Ukrainian National Pavilion as a good tradition of BioFach

At the biggest international trade fair Biofach-2017 in Nuremberg (Germany), which will take place... read more


The draft law "On general principles and standards of organic production, circulation and labeling of organic products" is registered in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (Parliament) under the number 5448

The draft law "On general principles and standards of organic production, circulation and... read more


First International Congress "Organic Ukraine – 2017"

The First International Congress “Organic Ukraine – 2017” took place on January, 26-28 2017 in Kyiv... read more


Poltava regional workshop "Organic market development in Poltava region"

On 29th of November Poltava regional workshop “Organic market development in Poltava region” ... read more


Press tour to organic producers of Poltava region

On 12 October 2016 Poltava City Environmental NGO "MAMA-86-Poltava" and other partners... read more


Sourcing Organic from Ukraine International Conference

On 25-26 October 2016 the Sourcing Organic from Ukraine International Conference in Frankfurt am... read more


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About the project

The goal of the Organic Market Development in Ukraine Project is to foster the growth of small and medium enterprises in the Ukrainian organic food sector by developing organic and regional food supply chains. The focus will be on both national and international markets and the approach is demand driven.
The project aims to strengthen the competitiveness of the country’s organic sector by:

  1. Increasing the quality and volume of selected organic arable crops from small and medium-sized farms for export;
  2. Increasing the quality and volume of organic dairy products from small and medium-sized farms for the domestic market;
  3. Developing a trademark for regional food products from the Carpathians;
  4. Improving commercial organic services;
  5. Fostering a conducive environment for the further development of the organic sector.

The project is funded by the Swiss Confederation through the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) and is being implemented by the Swiss Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) in cooperation with sector stakeholders in Ukraine and the Ukrainian Ministry of Agricultural Policy and Food.