What is 'organic'?

The origins of organic farming date back to the 1920s. On the basis of new scientific and philosophical concepts, diverse organic and ecologically sustainable agricultural practices have since developed over the years.

Organic agriculture naturally preserves the fertility of the soil and generates recycling processes through closed nutrition cycles, relying on the self-regulating units of natural ecosystems.

Organic farming completely refrains from the use of any pesticides, fertilizers or drugs that have been produced by chemical manufacturing. Animals are kept livestock-friendly and are fed with in-house feed.