Organic food production combines best practices in the environment and climate, a high level of biodiversity, the conservation of natural resources and the application of demanding standards on animal welfare and on production that respond to demand, expressed by a increasing number of consumers, of products obtained from natural substances and processes.
PREPARATION, DISTRIBUTION, MARKETING
The manufacturing process is controlled in each and every one of its phases, from the primary production of an organic product to its storage, transformation, transport, and sale or supply to the final consumer and, where appropriate, labeling, advertising, import, export and subcontracting, guaranteeing traceability at each stage.
Outside the European Union (EU), many countries have rules on organic production, similar to the rules established by the Commission. After passing exhaustive controls and requirements, organic products produced in third countries can be imported.