China Central and Eastern Europe Investment Co-operation Fund II completes the acquisition of 15 grain silos and logistics hubs from Brise Group, and aims to create the first open access agriculture infrastructure platform in Romania. CEE Equity Partners, the Investment Advisor to the China Central and Eastern Europe Investment Co-operation Fund II, announces the acquisition […]
Bio Farm Crucea is a small medium producer of organic commodities such as grain, sunflowers, soyabeans and corn. We are an active player in the area of the so-called “Green” agriculture by using certified seeds and natural fertilizers only, by following strict rotation protocols and by respecting our ultimate biggest shareholder: the nature!
Organic certification addresses a growing worldwide demand for organic food. It is intended to assure quality, to prevent frauds, and to promote commerce. For organic producers, certification identifies suppliers of products approved for use in certified operations. For consumers, “certified organic” serves as a product assurance. Certification is essentially aimed at regulating and facilitating the sale of organic products to consumers. Bio Farm Crucea is certified by BIOS Romanian Branch (www.certbios.it), which is one of the biggest organic certification agent in Europe, and regularly monitored by local authorities (APIA), and Direction of Agriculture offices in Constanta.
Organic farming is an agricultural method that aims to produce food using natural substances and processes. This means that organic farming tends to have a limited environmental impact as it encourages the responsible use of energy and natural resources the maintenance of biodiversity preservation of regional ecological balances enhancement of soil fertility maintenance of water quality […]
Congratulations to all our staff and providers that for the fifth consecutive years received this important certification, which confirms the reliability and consistency of our work! Bio Suisse, a private-sector organization, is the federation of Swiss organic farmers, with 7’100 members. More than 1000 processing and trade companies have a licence contract with Bio Suisse […]
On June 19th, 2019 a new harvesting season just began. Thanks to all our staff! Organic Barley is on its way…finally!
Bio Farm Crucea celebrates its first fifteen years in Romania. A big group of 20 people coming from Fossano (Cuneo), slow food chapter, and many company’s partners and providers have gathered together last monday (June 3rd), in Crucea. They visited the renovated company’s headquarters, cultivated fields and the local surroundings (Sfanta Cruce and Delta Danube). […]
The Romanian government plans to cut the value-added tax (VAT) for organic & traditional food products from 9 percent to 5 percent, a measure that coud boost a sector that is still undeveloped in the eastern European country. The government estimates that the measure will have an impact on the budget of RON 836 million over the […]
Next monday, June 3rd, Anca Maria Vladoi (third generation of winemaker), will come to our headquarters in Crucea to welcome Slow Food Chapter and Bio Farm’s guests. His grand father, Niculae Vladoi, was a passionate viticulturist who brought with him the love for wine and grapes, setting up at “Siminoc” the first vineyard consisting of […]
Romania consolidates its position as a major producer and exporter of cereals in the European Union as it registered good crops during the last couple of years. Last year, Romania was the third producer of cereals in the EU, after France and Germany, with 31.2 million of tonnes. The eastern European country is now the […]
A “Slow Food” chapter of about 20 italian people will be visiting our company next month (June the 2nd). We are very proud of this achievement as BIO FARM is constantly increasing its image through hard work and passion for nature. ORGANIC AGRICULTURE is not a trend! is a way of living! May 2019
Romania has an effective absorption rate of 48 percent for EU funds for agriculture and rural development, ranking sixth in the EU, according to data from the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry (MADR), Agerpres reports. The fund absorption rate in the 2014-2020 National Rural Development Programme grew by 36.2 percent in 2019 compared to the […]