They make it happen! Generating added value through an organic grass-fed beef quality scheme

By 2030, the European organic movement wants a fair distribution of value and power in the food supply chain, and the costs and benefits of food production accounted for.

Across Europe, initiatives are already working towards achieving this goal. Get inspired by Liivimaa Lihaveis, an Estonian NGO, which created a government-certified quality scheme uniting Estonian organic beef farmers. The scheme ensures animal welfare, sustains the country’s diverse grasslands’ biodiversity and offers producers the highest prices.

©Liivimaa Lihaveis

Through this organic grass-fed beef quality scheme, Liivimaa Lihveis contributes to generating more added value to organic products, offers better prices to the producers, and helps linking growers and consumers. Read more about this initiative on euorganic2030.bio, and share it on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Find out how other initiatives are transforming food and farming in Europe on social media using #EUorganic2030. 

Learn more about this and other initiatives that are transforming food and farming in Europe and get inspired on euorganic2030.bio.

The work of IFOAM Organics Europe on this topic is co-financed by the LIFE programme of the European Union, under the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME). This page only reflects the views of the authors and its sole responsibility lies with IFOAM Organics Europe. The EASME is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information provided

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