The proceedings of the first EISFOM* seminar held in Berlin in April 2004 include more than 50 papers, covering aspects of organic farming related to farm structures and production; to farm incomes and prices; to the supply chain and trade; to retailers and consumers: to supply balances and policy evaluation. The papers were written by representatives of the European Commission, Eurostat, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), of statistical offices and competent authorities, as well as researchers and stakeholders of the Organic Sector. * Project European Information Systems for Organic Markets. This data sheet is only available as a file for free download.
|Authors||Guido Recke, Helga Willer, Nicolas Lampkin and Alison Vaughan (Editors)|
|Year of publication||2004|