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New map of organic food systems published

In Organic 3.0, food chains are succeeded by food systems. As a main implementing partner in the Organic Food System Program (OFSP) along with BERAS International and FQH, IFOAM – Organics International has developed a global map of food systems.

This will serve as a key resource for information sharing and data collection as IFOAM further develops the food system concept and demonstrates the far-reaching benefits of organic principles and practices.

Source: IFOAM

Publication date: 2/20/2018



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