BULGARIA: Ordinances set to provide legislation for domestic organic industry
Organic agriculture in Bulgaria is set to move onto a legal footing with two new ordinances due to be submitted soon to the Council of Ministers. From the Higher Agricultural Institute , Prof. Stoicho Karov explained that producers of organic goods have had to cope with European Union (EU) regulations because of a lack of domestic legislation on agriculture practice and activities.
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