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Australia Urged To Have A Domestic Organic Food Standard
Jun 19, 2007

Organic production is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing sectors of the Australian food industry currently.

"There is no doubt organic production is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing sectors of the Australian food industry today. It has never been more important to protect the integrity of this industry and ensure consumer confidence. Australia should develop domestic organic food standard to look after the rapidly expanding organic food industry," said Ian Macdonald, Minister of NSW Primary Industries in news published by Ninemsn.

The Australian domestic organic food industry has several bodies, which certifies if the food is organic or not, and recent advances to the composition and structure of the industry have viewed a few bodies in strong disagreement over the matter of who is ought to police organic food.

While this matter could be considered as a troubling problem for a growing industry, plenty more is at risk, as customers want to buy healthy organic food. The organic food industry, in future, could possibly decline or might even have a high-quality outcome if there is enough engagement and consultation in the industry.

The populace of Australia is ever more becoming informed of organic food benefits, as indicated by the expansion of the organic sector in Australia & globally. Australia is monitoring a boom, which is changing the way public eat around the world. Organic food, for many Australian people, is noticed as extremely essential' due to consumers' better concern for food safety, convenience, genetically made organisms, and the environment.

As soon as, national standards for organic food are developed, businesses working in various Territories and States can meet the terms with uniform necessities in every field, resulting in reduction of cost and effort. Significantly for Australia, domestic standards that support existing export supplies, will guarantee that Australia's trading associates will go on to have buoyancy in the safety of the country's food products.

"Challenges of tackling the increasing sophistication of informed consumers, rural viability, terms of deal and the rapid shortfall of natural resources are important questions for organic Australia. Developing domestic organic food standards will help in providing help to overcome and find solutions for these challenges," said an analyst at
RNCOS.

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