About Naturland Certifications
Naturland farmers and processors have been ground-breaking global pioneers for over 30 years. The world’s first ever conversion to organic agriculture of tea gardens in Sri Lanka and India in the 1980s was the prelude to our successful work on an international scale. Currently, 43,000 farmers in 46 countries manage an area of some 330,000 hectares according to the Naturland standards. To Naturland, organic agriculture means combining tradition with modern practices and experience with the courage to adopt new approaches.
The core of all Naturland’s standards is their holistic approach, sustainable management, nature conservation and climate protection in actual practice, preserving and maintaining the soil, air and water, as well as consumer protection.
Naturland’s standards existed long before the first EU regulations on organic agriculture became law.
The Naturland certification cover agriculture, aquaculture, beekeeping and forest management in production. As well as, processing, gastronomy, cosmetics, and textiles under process management.
For processors: www.naturland.de/en/processors.html
For farmers interested in Naturland certification: www.naturland.de/en/producers/steps-to-naturland-certification.html