Food Feed Farm - articles

  • 6 min
    Spain’s fishing industry takes Kiwa on board

    Spanish fishing association CEPESCA wants to work responsibly and sustainably. Kiwa helps.

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  • 3 min
    Traditions and Flavors of Modena

    A collective trademark is a distinctive sign of characteristics of products. "Tradizione e sapori di Modena" is a fine Italian example of this.

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  • 2 min
    Consorzio Pescatori di Goro: a qualitative journey from sea to table

    Quality of food products is not the only aspect taken into consideration by consumers and distributors. Something invisible and untouchable is becoming more and more important: the history, safety and sustainability of products.

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  • 2 min
    Organic auditing plays vital role in upholding principles of organic farming

    David Flores, organic auditor at Kiwa BCS in Ecuador tells how he experiences and values his job and how organic certification contributes to society.

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  • 2 min
    What makes traditional balsamic vinegar traditional?

    When it comes to traditional balsamic vinegar; how do you know for sure, the word traditional is not a marketing trick based on no tradition at all?

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  • 4 min
    Certification contributes to sustainable fish farming

    Whether you get your fish in a restaurant, frozen in a box or served or in a shop, several relevant certification schemes prove that the fish is responsibly sourced.

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  • 3 min
    Setting the bar for quality chocolate

    Besides creating delicious, organic chocolate, Pacari Chocolate wants to help building the local economy and teach farmers how to work ecologically in Ecuador.

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  • 2 min
    Sweet and certified: Citrus of Algarve PGI

    The Algarve region in Portugal is well known for its superior quality citrus fruits: Citrus of Algarve PGI (Citrinos do Algarve IGP). Rita Hilário, PGI scheme manager at Kiwa Portugal, is involved in the certification of Citrus of Algarve PGI.

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