ORGANIC/ECOLOGICAL FARMING

Organic farming is a way of producing food that respects natural life cycles. It minimises the human impact on the environment and operates as naturally as possible, in accordance with objectives and principles including the following:

  • Crops are rotated so that on-site resources are used efficiently
  • Chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilisers, antibiotics and other substances are severely restricted
  • Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are banned
  • On-site resources are put to good use, such as manure for fertiliser or feed produced on the farm
  • Disease-resistant plant and animal species adapted to the local environment are used
  • Livestock are raised in a free-range, open-air environment and are fed on organic fodder
  • Animal husbandry practices are tailored to the various livestock species

AN ORGANIC/ECOLOGICAL PRODUCT

In the European Union there is a labeling system so that consumers know the true ecological origin of the goods.EU_Organic_Logo_robis_food_supplements

ORGANIC, ECOLOGICAL OR BIO FOOD SUPPLEMENTS