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Germany will cover the losses of Ukrainian organic producers

Niemcy pokryją straty ukraińskim producentom ekologicznym

Ukrainian organic producers were strongly affected by the decline in demand and prices for organic food in the EU, because the rates offered to them for their products did not compensate for the sacrifices and costs associated with organic production. However, they can count on financial assistance from the state, informed the Ukrainian Ministry of Agrarian Policy.

An emergency program was launched for this sector, financed by the German Future Fund for Agriculture. The aim of the program is to compensate Ukrainian farmers for certified organic production in 2024. According to APK Inform, small entities can benefit from the aid – those with an area of land crops up to 100 hectares, owners of berry plantations up to 10 hectares, or owners of greenhouse crops up to 1 hectare.

The condition is to have an organic certificate, but farms that are in the process of conversion and applying for an organic certificate are also allowed.
The amount of support for each producer is to be set at the level of the actual costs of ecological certification, but with a limit of up to EUR 1,200. Applications from farmers interested in helping are accepted until July 21.

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