Organic Farming

BIOAGRICERT Certification

Organic farming is a type of agriculture that considers the entire agricultural ecosystem, exploits the natural fertility of the soil by favouring it with limited interventions, promotes the biodiversity of the environment in which it operates, and limits or excludes the use of synthetic products and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

A certified product means that it has met strict conditions regarding production, transport and storage.


Respect for the environment

Organic farming is an agricultural method aimed at producing food with natural substances and processes.


Respect for animals

Organic farming standards promote animal welfare and require farmers to meet the specific behavioural needs of animals.


Respect for resources

Organic farming means developing a production model that avoids overexploitation of natural resources, in particular soil, water, and air.