Organic farming is a unified agricultural and food production system that provides optimal interconnected ecosystem elements - the healthy and fertile existence of soil, plants, animals and humans.


Production techniques are based on sustaining a sustainable ecosystem, creating a maximum production cycle, completely eliminating the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, minimizing environmental contamination. The result of organic farming is not only healthy food but also a sustainable natural environment that ensures a high standard of living for people and plants and animals.



The organic farming sector is developing. The overall positive trend in organic farming is an ever-growing consumer demand, giving farmers a lot of new opportunities. As a result of organic production, producers receive a biologic certificate and acquire the right to market their products under the label "organic". As a result, a healthy and natural product comes to the market, increasing the competitiveness of producers. The market price for organic products is higher because the consumer is willing to pay more for quality food, animal welfare and environmental protection. An organic product has the opportunity to receive annual state aid. 




The production and labeling of organic products is subject to the certification process. The certification and testing center assesses the compliance of the company with:

  • crop production

  • animal husbandry

  • in beekeeping

  • aquaculture animals

  • wildlife breeding

  • snail breeding

  • earthworms

  • product processing

  • fertilizers and plant protection products

  • imports of organic products from third countries


To become a producer of organic products, apply to the VSIA Certification and Testing Center. Production companies until April 1 of the current year, processing companies all year round!