Farm to Fork is a strategy promoted by the European Union which aims to respond to the challenges of finding sustainable food systems and understands that there is a close relationship between healthy people, healthy societies and a healthy planet (The keys to “Farm to Fork”: an ambitious joint commitment to sustainability).
Commemorating the celebration this week of Youth Day, on August 12, the new generations, made up of millennials and Generation Z, are committed to sustainability, ecology and the environment, advocating for the fight against climate change and demanding solutions to the climate crisis of power.
Tradecorp continues to demonstrate its commitment to environmental sustainability and organic agriculture.
The amount of organic land and sales of organic produce continue to climb and have hit a new record high, according to the report “The world of organic agriculture. Statistics & emerging trends 2021”, published by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and IFOAM – Organics International.
Consumers of organic products are not as similar as it would initially seem. Dozens of studies have identified highly diverse profiles, though they do have underlying common values.
Australia, Argentina and China have the largest number of hectares used for organic crops Organic production around the world is experiencing sustained growth, especially in the second decade of the 21st century.
The list includes many of Tradecorp’s main products. Some of them, such as Phylgreen and Delfan Plus V, maintain their approved status, while new products, such as IsliFe 8.2, join the list for the first time.
More than ever, there is a market trend steering towards products and solutions that are organic, and environmentally friendly.
Today we are talking with José Nolasco, Strategy and Innovation director at Tradecorp, in relation to the presentation of IsliFe 8.2, Tradecorp’s new biodegradable chelate.
The list includes some of our most relevant products and new products that have been launched in the past few years.