Organic farming is the most efficient way of clean nutrition, protecting biodiversity, enhancing soil quality and improving sustainability, ecosystem and wild life preservation. And organic farming is beneficial for all parties of the chain.

– Farmers which choose organic farming benefits from lower production costs, such as pesticides, excessive amounts of water and energy etc. This also lowers the effects of pollution in ecosystem.
– Organic agriculture ensures that crops must be on rotation for each crop season, in order to protect biodiversity, and fertility of soil. Majority of conventional farming does not have a rotation between each crop, and because of that, the minerals and supplements that crops would benefit from soil decreases, and thus the quality of product decrease as well. In order to increase nutrients, conventional farming often uses chemical fertilizers and enhancers, which cannot be taken away from product once they are ready for consumption.
– Genetically modified seeds are strictly forbidden on organic farming, which also decrease the quality and nutrients of harvest and soil, and protects consumers from consuming such harmful goods.

– Organic farming eliminates all chemicals on toxic levels, therefore farmers and their families also protected from these toxic substances.
– Organic farming remunerate better than conventional farming, therefore farmers are able to improve added value practices of their business.
– Organic Farming regulations provides frequent controls and analyses on crops, seeds, soil and cultivated products, which also ensures a level of quality management implemented on farming activities.
– Consumers are aware that by choosing certified organic farmed products, they refrain them from chemical residues used in farming ( insecticides, fungicides etc.) and also genetically modified products, which has negative effects to their well-being.