Organic and natural products can be recognized by the label
Several labelling systems have been set up in Estonia and Europe to simplify choices. The easiest way to identify an organic product is by the use of the organic logo of the European Union, since its use is compulsory.
In addition, the labels are further divided into organic and eco-labels. The organic product is usually edible and of agricultural origin. Eco-products are generally manufactured goods, and their raw materials may come from different sources.read more
We see Estonia as vivacious, clean, and responsible, working in harmony with nature, while becoming a model for sustainable and balanced development throughout the world.
We see Estonia as a country where forests no longer see the need for mineral fertilizers, where genetically modified organisms and pesticides are a thing of the past, and where more than half of the arable area is dedicated to organic activities.
Production and Export
We see Estonia as a country where food and cosmetics are made in harmony with nature, without artificial cultures and artificial substances, and instead containing local flavours, natural colours and aromas.
Turism and Culture
We see Estonia as a country where guests are welcomed by the environment, a variety of nature tourism opportunities, and by establishments using organic and raw materials. Introducing our traditional culture, our innovative solutions, and our artistic endeavors, helps us to share and preserve the beauty of Estonia.
Being organic starts from a state of mind
Being organic is a lifestyle that you carry with you every day and starts from the smallest of deeds. The easiest step towards an organic lifestyle is to look at your consumption habits.
What are the certificates of organic producers? How to become an organic producer? Where are the organic areas of Estonia and what is happening with the world's air quality? Find answers to different “What is Organic” questions.Find out more