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EU & Chile bilateral recognition agreed

The EU bilateral agreement with Chile is the first bilateral recognition with a Latin American country with the aim of reducing the administrative burden on organicĀ producers and enterprises.

Chile exported more than $43 million dollars of organic products to the EU, led by blueberry exports, which amounted to nearly $10 million dollars, followed by kiwis and apples.

The EU and the Government of Columbia also began the first round of talks to achieve a bilateral agreement on trade in organic products earlier this year.

Organic Agriculture

IFOAM, Canada, EU

Organic Textiles

GOTS, TE

Organic Cosmetics

COSMOS, NATRUE

Sustainable Agriculture

ISO/IEC 17065 & other Assessment and Accreditation

Accredited Bodies

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