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Research Report on Investing Value of China Organic Agriculture

Chapter One   Summary 
Section one   Whys 
Section two   Scope 
Section three  Regions 
Section four   Data source 
Section five   Methods 
Section six    Definition 
Section seven  Market definition 
Section eight   Index system of market competitivity 
Section nine   Research objects 
Chapter Two   Introduction 
Section one   Concept 
Section two   Meaning and goal 
Section three  Philosophical concept 
Section four   Difference between organic agriculture and traditional and ecological agriculture 
Chapter Three   Origin and Development of Ecological Agriculture 
Section one   Origin and main forms 
Section two   Development in the world 
Section three  Contribution of IFOAM 
Section four   Developing prospect in China 
Chapter Four   Basic Principle of Ecological Project of Organic Agriculture 
Section one   Basic principle of ecological agriculture 
Section two   Concept 
Section three  Basic principle of ecological project of organic agriculture 
Section four   Investing value 
Section five   Investing value in China 
Chapter Five   Analysis on Organic Agriculture and Biological Diversification 
Section one   Organic agriculture and soil ecology system 
Section two   Organic agriculture and agricultural ecological system 
Section three   Organic agriculture and natural protection 
Chapter Six   Protection and Control technology of Turfgrass DiseaseWeed and Insect Pest 
Section one   Basic knowledge 
Section two   Protection principle 
Section three  Protection practical technology 
Section four   Protection of weed 
Chapter Seven   Crop Rotation Design 
Section one   Importance 
Section two   Principle 
Section three  Mode 
Chapter Eight   Construction and Promotion of Ecological Projects 
Section one   Construction 
Section two   Promotion 
Chapter Nine   Analysis on Cases 
Section one Construction of agricultural ecological project of Yuexiyufan village of 
Anhui province Section two Introduction of American UCSC experimental farm Section three Introduction of production of German organic farm Chapter Ten Examination and Attestation of Organic Production Section one What is organic food? Section two Standards of organic production and processing Section three Examination and attestation of organic production Chapter Eleven Analysis on Marketing of Organic Products Section one Marketing strategic design Section two Trend of import and export Section three Marketing of organic products substitutes in Japan Section four How to attend organic products trade exposition Section five Organic products and fair trade Chapter Twelve Analysis on Consumption Behavior Section one Analysis on consumption of China 1, Consumption and change 2, Trend of demand Section two Consumers¨ behavior


China 's organic food is still in the early stages. From 1990 Zhejiang Tea Import and Export Company, the development of the first organic tea exports to the European markets to the present, My certified organic foods, tea, honey, milk, soybean, sesame seeds, buckwheat, walnuts, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seed, 1.80, Chinese herbal medicines such as hundreds of varieties, many of which products have been sold to the United States, Canada, Japan and Europe. Experts predict that the future will not be lower than the annual growth rate of 30%.

China 's production of organic food has favorable conditions. China has a long history of agricultural production in some regions, especially mountainous areas rarely use or non-use of fertilizers and pesticides. Domestic abundant labor resources and organic agriculture are adapting to the demand for labor. Since the 20th century, since the 1980s, China 's ecological agriculture has developed rapidly and the country has built up a lot of ecological agriculture base.

China's organic food development in the international market and domestic market has great potential, Many foreign investors would like to China's imports of soybean, rice, peanuts, vegetables, tea, dried fruit category, honey, and organic herbs as drugs, biological medicine, and organic textiles such as silk, But at this stage of China's organic food production still far from being able to meet the needs of foreign markets, the development of space is very great.

2, Beginning

During this period the main features are : China has set up its own accreditation bodies, and undertake corresponding to the certification process, According to the IFOAM basic standards of the agencies or departments on the recommendation of industry standards.

In 1992, the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture approved the formation of the "China Green Food Development Center (CGFDC)." China was responsible for the development of green food certification and management, in 1995, creatively put forth the theory of classification of green food, green food that is divided into A and AA level (the equivalent of organic food), and investment plans, invited China Agricultural University, the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and other units participating in the study. Standards of AA grade green food development and operational procedures. CGFDC Europe and the United States and Japan and other countries and regions in the number of certification bodies to establish contacts and cooperation, and in the light of IFOAM Europe and the United States and Japan, and other organic food standards and regulations developed a "green food production AA level technical criteria", and carried out the AA level green certification. To the end of 2002, the effective use of the national symbol of green food enterprises reached 1,756, obtain certification of green food products total of 3,046, "AA level green certificates" over 60. Green food, especially AA grade green food base for the establishment, China 's organic agricultural production bases for the establishment and development lay a good foundation. 1994, the State Environmental Protection Agency approved, State Environmental Protection Bureau Nanjing Institute of Environmental Science Research Center of the rural ecological reorganized to become "the State Environmental Protection Administration organic food Commodities Center, "(Organic Food Development Center o f SEPA, or OFDC), in 2003 renamed the "Nanjing Environmental Certification Center of organic products." The center started in 1995 certifications, OFDC has passed a certification of farms and processing plants has more than 300.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture "pollution-free food action plan" on the green food and organic food and pollution-free food "trinity, overall progress, "the strategic plan In accordance with the requirements of the Ministry of Agriculture of China Green Food Development Center in October 2002 the formation of a "Green China considered organic food Certification Center (COFCC) ", and the national commission to become the first registered organic food accreditation body. COFCC under the IFOAM basic standards Europe and the United States and Japan and other countries and regions, the standard set of "organic food production technology for standards, "included in the 2003 Department of Agriculture industry standard-setting projects, and the National Training 76 organic food inspectors (including apprenticeships censor), Meanwhile COFCC for expanding the influence of the increase in agricultural exports earn foreign exchange, and actively carry out international cooperation. have the SGS and the European, Japanese and OMIC JONA signed a comprehensive cooperation agreement. more than 120 enterprises through the COFCC certification.

3, Standardization and development (since 2003)

This stage to November 1, 2002 implementation of the "People's Republic of the Certification and Accreditation," the official issuing Shi as a starting point, organic food certification by the National Certification and Accreditation Regulatory Commission unified management, access standardization phase.

Organic food certification agencies authorized by the initial work in the State Environmental Protection Administration, the "State of organic food certification endorsed the Commission" responsible. Under the November 1, 2002 implementation of the "People's Republic of China Certification and Accreditation Regulation" in the spirit State Environmental Protection Administration is in the process of organic certification agencies authorized to transfer to the State commission. So far, the commission authorized by the state's full-time or part-time organic certification agencies a total of eight. State commission in 2003 organized the relevant authorities for organic food standards and the development of "certification of organic products Jimmy approach "for the debate.

At present, China organic certification business several foreign organic certification bodies, is the earliest in 1995 the Chinese people into the United States organic certification body, "the International Federation of Organic Crop Improvement Association" (OCIA) The OFDC institutions and cooperation in the establishment of the Nanjing Branch of China OCIA. Since then, France ECOCERT, the German BCS. IMO Switzerland and Japan JONA and OMIC successively in Beijing, Changsha, Nanjing, and Shanghai to establish their own offices in China to carry out a large quantity of organic certification inspection and certification work, foreign certification bodies accredited enterprises over 500.

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