🇪🇸 Encuesta sobre las implicaciones del nuevo reglamento orgánico de la UE
🇫🇷 Enquête sur les implications du nouveau règlement bio de l'UE
The new EU organic regulation N° 2018/848 brings substantive changes to the EU import system and for all organic operations, in particular for all organic producer groups in Third countries wishing to export organic products to the EU from 2025 onwards.
The Swiss Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) is conducting a study on the impacts of the new EU organic regulation on smallholder supply chains from developing and emerging countries and the effects that this is expected to have on the EU organic market. The study is conducted with financial support from the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).
To better understand the coming effects of the new EU organic regulation N° 2018/848, FiBL - in collaboration with IFOAM - Organics International - launched a global survey in three different versions for different stakeholders.
Please complete this survey by the 6th of January 2024.
Your participation is very important to better understand and summarize the impacts of the regulation in order to raise awareness of trade partners, policymakers, support organizations and other key actors.
More information on the changes of the new EU Regulation for operators in Third Countries:
You can complete the survey without prior information of the regulatory changes, but if you are interested to learn more, you can find more information about the changes for producers and traders in Third countries here:
- IFOAM Guidance on Smallholder group certification under the new EU Regulation
- ESPANOL: FiBL Seminario El nuevo Reglamento Orgánico (UE) 2018/848 - Grupo de productores
- For a more generic overview of all types of operators in third countries: New EU Organic Regulation explained - AGRINFO Platform