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FiBL auf der BIOFACH 2021

Mittwoch, 17. Februar 2021

New Plant breeding Techniques and Organic Farming: scientific, regulatory and consumer issues

12:00 - 13:00 Uhr, Forum Wissenschaft, Stream 1

The LIVESEED project (Improving the performance and competitiveness of the organic sector by boosting organic seed and plant breeding efforts) will present & discuss the scientific controversies and the regulatory issues related to New Plant Breeding Techniques (NPBTs) as well as the results of a European survey on consumers attitudes and preferences on NPBTs in organic farming.

Moderation

  • Dr. Susanne Padel, Thünen-Institut, Deutschland

Referenten

  • Eric Gall, IFOAM Organics Europe
  • Monika Messmer, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Prof. Dr. Raffaele Zanoli, Full Professor

Link

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The World of Organic Agriculture

16:00 - 16:45 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 3

Join in and discover the new 2019 statistics in the organic sector, global market development and trends, and regulations development. Four top speakers will provide their analysis.

Moderation

  • Andrés González, Digital Media Coordinator, IFOAM - Organics International
  • Louise Luttikholt, Executive Director, IFOAM - Organics International

Referenten

  • Barbara Jäggin, SECO
  • Cornelia Kirchner, IFOAM - Organics International
  • Sahota, Amarjit, Ecovia Intelligence
  • Dr. Helga Willer, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz

Link

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The European Market for Organic Food at BIOFACH eSPECIAL

17:00 - 18:00 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 5

The latest data and trends for four European markets (Germany, France, Italy and UK) as well as for Europe as a whole will be presented.

Moderation

  • Dr. Helga Willer, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Dr. Susanne Padel, Thünen-Institut, Deutschland

Referenten

  • Diana Schaack, Agrarmarkt Informations-Gesellschaft mbH, Deutschland
  • Dorian Fléchet, Agence Bio
  • Prof. Dr. Raffaele Zanoli, Università Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM), Italian
  • Lee Holdstock, Soil Association

Link

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Donnerstag, 18. Februar 2021

EU Farm to Fork strategy. Do we have the right ingredients?

9:00 - 10:30 Uhr, Forum Politik, Stream 4

The organic sector welcomed the F2F Strategy because of the ambitious aim of 25% organic in 2030. The new CAP budgets agreement to spend 70% of the 386 billion Euro on a flat rate support to farmers is a missed opportunity to transform EU agriculture. What is needed to realise the 25% aim? Do we have the right instruments, or should structural improvements be added in EU policy to safeguard the promises of F2F?

Moderation

  • Dr. Alexander Beck, Assoziation ökologischer Lebensmittelhersteller (AÖL e.V.), Deutschland
  • Stefan Hipp, CEO Hipp, President OPTA

Referenten

  • Herbert Dorfmann, Member of the European Parliament
  • Volkert Engelsmann, EOSTA B.V. Organic Fruits & Vegetables
  • Heidrun Moschitz, Forschungsinstitut für biologsichen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Mychał Rzytki, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Bavo Van den Isert, Organic Processing and Trade Association Europe (OPTA)
  • Beate Huber, President, FiBL Europe
  • Diego Canga Fano, EU Commission, DG AGRI

Link

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Strategies to communicate the benefits of organic breeding

12:00 - 12:45 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 1

The many benefits of organic breeding span the organic sector. We will speak about practical strategies to communicate the positive effects of organic breeding to different value-chain actors (processors, traders, retailers, costumers). The workshop will include the premiere of the new FiBL and Bioverita film on organic breeding.

Moderation

  • Mariateresa Lazzaro, FiBL Europe

Referenten

  • Anna-Lena May, Bioverita

Link

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Code of Practice for organic processors: findings from the European project ProOrg

12:00 - 12:45 Uhr, Forum Wissenschaft, Stream 3

The Core Organic Cofund Project ProOrg will develop a set of strategies and tools (Code of Practice) that can help organic food processors in the selection of appropriate technologies and communication towards consumers. Topics will cover consumer preferences for organic processed food, evaluation of processing methods and many more.

Moderation

  • Dr. Alexander Beck, Assoziation ökologischer Lebensmittelhersteller (AöL e.V.)
  • Johanna Stumpner, Assoziation ökologischer Lebensmittelhersteller (AöL e.V.)

Referenten

  • Paulina Gawron, PhD Student, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
  • Claudia Meier, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Prof. Dr. Raffaele Zanoli, Full Professor

Link

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Global Organic Market Overview

14:00 - 15:30 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 3

We will explore the market information from the IFOAM – Organics International/FiBL statistics book and explore the trends and strategic market positioning from several parts of the world more in-depth.

Moderation

  • Louise Luttikholt, Executive Director, IFOAM - Organics International
  • Andrés González, Digital Medi Coordinator, IFOAM - Organics International

Referenten

  • Dr. David M. Amudavi, Biovision Africa Trust
  • Alexis Carey, Organic Trade Association (OTA)
  • Manoj Kumar Menon, International Competence Centre For Organic Agriculture (ICCOA)
  • Dr. Helga Willer, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Rommel Betancourt, Inter-American Insitute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA)

Link

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Cleaning and desinfection in organic processing: where does the legal journey go

14:00 - 14:45 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 5

The workshop we will focus on the following questions:

  • What is actually in discussion in the legal section concerning cleaning and disinfection agents in organic food processing?
  • Reflections of IFOAM regarding cleaning and disinfection products.
  • Expertise from the practice in the evaluation of cleaning and disinfection products, needs and challenges
  • What are the consequences for the processing companies?

Moderation

  • Ursula Kretzschmar, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Pia Pedross, FiBL Europe

Referenten

  • Alexander Beck, AöL e.V., Deutschland
  • Lena Guhrke, FiBL Projekte GmbH, Deutschland
  • Bernard Lignon, Synabio

Link

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Organic processing, quo vadis?

15:00 - 15:45 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 4

Development of processing techniques is fast moving. The organic regulation is slow moving. This creates different tensions and questions, such as: Are new techniques allowed in organic until they are not allowed? What is the vision in regard to processing techniques and how to evaluate whether they fit into organic or not? What are the challenges in regard to processing techniques of this moment?

Moderation

  • Bavo Van den Idsert, Organic Processing and Trade Association Europe (OPTA)

Referenten

  • Dr. Alexander Beck, Assoziation ökologischer Lebensmittelhersteller (AöL e.V.)
  • Janis Garancs, SIA Aloja Starkelsen
  • Ursula Kretzschmar, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz

Link

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Preisverleihung 2021 - Forschungspreis Bio-Lebensmittelwirtschaft: BioThesis

15:00 - 16:45 Uhr, Stream 1

Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft und junge innovative Menschen zusammenbringen. Zum 8ten Mal werden dieses Jahr herausragende Bachelor,- und Masterarbeiten der Bio-Branche mit dem Forschungspreis „BioThesis“ ausgezeichnet und geehrt. Lernen Sie bei der Preisverleihung die Preisträger*innen kennen, sodass wir gemeinsam Lösungen für die Zukunft erarbeiten können.

Referenten

  • Dr. Alexander Beck, Assoziation ökologischer Lebensmittelhersteller (AÖL e.V.)
  • Niklas Domke, Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde HNEE, Deutschland
  • Dr. Nils Kohlschütter, Schweißfurth Stiftung
  • Lea Leimann
  • Mathias Mauerlechner, TU Berlin, Deutschland
  • Bernadette Oehen, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau, Schweiz
  • Konstantin Schwemlein, HS Weihenstphan Triesdorf, Deutschland
  • Prof. Dr. Carola Strassner, FH Münster
  • Albrecht von Schlutzendorff, Centre of Alternative Technology
  • Maren Walter, Lebensbaum Stiftung
  • Petra Wolf
  • Dr. Sabine Zikeli, Universität Hohenheim

Link

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Freitag, 19. Februar 2021

Phosphonic Acid (PA) in organic, a case on its own

9:00 - 9:45 Uhr, Forum Wissenschaft, Stream 4

A recent data survey among some OPTA members has shown that on average 50% of organic foods is affected by small findings of PA. Investigation of all findings is impossible and not very useful, because most have no relationship to bad practices or fraud. The organic sector must take the lead to find a practical solution. What is the history of PA and what are the scenarios to solve the problem?

Moderation

  • Bo van Elzakker, Agro Eco Louis Bolk Institute

Referenten

  • Norbert Fuchsbauer
  • Jochen Neuendorff
  • Bernhard Speiser, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz

Link

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Climate Safe Diets

10:00 - 11:30 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 3

Combined with shifts in diets and production, agroecological food systems can contribute to reducing GHG emissions and provide many co-benefits for biodiversity, soil carbon sequestration and adaptation to climate change. This session will showcase concrete examples form farm to fork showing how and why organic farming should pay a key role when discussing how to curb emission in the food sector.

Moderation

  • Gábor Figeczky, Senior Manager Global Policy, IFOAM - Organics International
  • Xhona Hysa, IFOAM - Organics International

Referenten

  • Helmy Abouleish, Sekem Group
  • Adrian Müller, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Cris Panerio, Masipag
  • Thomas Roland, Coop Danmark A/S

Link

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Current and future challenges for ICS certified organic smallholder groups

12:00 bis 13:00 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 5

Organic smallholders in low-income countries are usually certified as a group. If they export, they must have implemented ICS (Internal Control System) management. These groups already face challenges in meeting the requirements. Challenges will increase with the implementation of the new EU organic regulation. Necessary adjustments are discussed, with African ICS groups in mind.

Moderation

  • Dr. Thomas Bernet, Forschungsinsitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Dr. Toralf Richter, Forschungsinsitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz

Referenten

  • Florentine Meinshausen, Forschungsinsitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz
  • Safianu Moro, Serendi Palm Co. Ltd

Link

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Innovations on organic seed and plant breeding and presentation of new European organic seed router database

14:00 - 14:45 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 5

Strategies of H2020 projects LIVESEED, BRESOV and ECOBREED on boosting organic seed and breeding across Europe. Showcase the new EU organic seed router database, which will increase transparency and reduce administrative burdens. Seed supplier can manage their seed offers to all EU Member States with one single login. National authorities can revise seed offers and update their national databases.

Moderation

  • Monika Messmer, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Schweiz

Referenten

  • Vladimir Meglič, Agricultural Institute of Slovenia
  • Xenia Gatzert, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Deutschland
  • Prof. Dr. Fernando Branca, University of Catania, Italien

Link

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Aromen in Bio-Lebensmitteln – Was darf künftig eingesetzt werden?

15:00 - 15:45 Uhr, Forum Biofach, Stream 5

Der Einsatz von Aromen in Bio-Lebensmitteln wird in der EU-Öko-Verordnung 2018/848 neu geregelt und verschärft. Was ändert sich, worauf müssen sich die Hersteller und Anwender einstellen? Antworten liefert ein Leitfaden zur Verwendbarkeit von Aromen in Bio-Lebensmitteln, der im Rahmen eines BÖLN geförderten Projektes erarbeitet wurde. Herausforderungen bei der künftigen Umsetzung werden diskutiert.

Moderation

  • Johanna Stumpner, Assoziation ökologischer Lebensmittelhersteller (AÖL e.V.), Deutschland

Referenten

  • Susanne Boteck, Deutscher Verband der Aromenindustrie e.V. (DAVI)
  • Renate Dylla, Büro Lebensmittelkunde & Qualität GmbH, Deutschland
  • Lena Guhrke, Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau FiBL, Deutschland

Link

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