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Some Organic Food Producers In Shanghai Succeed By Adhering To International Standards

July 28, 2010: 07:25 AM EST

The organic food movement is beginning to catch on in China, though people are still uncertain whether products touted as organic are properly certified and labeled and of high quality. But some reputable local firms are working hard to meet international organic certification standards and are delivering organic choices to Shanghai shoppers, sometimes straight to the buyer’s door for free. BIOfarm, for example, offers many organic foods derived from its 120 annually rotating crops. The farm delivers weekly “Farmer’s Baskets” of fresh, high quality produce, including a “singles” basket of five to seven types of fruits and vegetables. Other Chinese organic food producers include Shanghai Organic Agriculture Co., Ltd., Fields, Organic Kitchen and My Local Store. Several of these have online stores.

Sarah Zheng, "Green talk: Organic Made Easy", Shanghai Talk Magazine, July 28, 2010, © Ismay Publications Ltd.
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