Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
Colle, an Internet based organic farmers market community, is offering their support for the Russian Agricultural market as it steps into the organic food industry.
According to Pravda, the Russian government wants to “take up the role of a supplier of organic products within the scope of the World Trade Organization. Russian lawmakers are working on the bill to support the production of organic agricultural products. This law will help Russian farmers enter the EU market with organic products.”
The Ministry of Agriculture of Russia will be forwarded the bill by Russian lawmakers in December of this year reports Pravda and the law may possibly become a reality in 2015.
Igor Rudensky, the head of the State Duma Committee on Economic Policy, commented to Pravda, "As long as organic products are in demand, this idea has a future, of course. Many people buy eco-friendly products deliberately. So I think that the Ministry of Agriculture does it all right. In addition, we have all prerequisites for the development of the market for organic products: a huge amount of land, handled with a minimum amount of fertilizers. We have greenhouse farms that can grow organic produce. So I think the prospects that we have are more than enough and as for the support of the Ministry of Agriculture, one can only support that.”
Colle Farmers Market commends the article and the possibility of a law to support the production of organic agricultural products in Russia. As an online farmers market community, Colle believes in the importance of spreading awareness on the benefits of organic eating and supporting organic farmers and natural product vendors.
Colle is an E-Commerce enabled farmers market community that is passionate about sustainable consumption and responsible conservation. The Colle movement is dedicated to connecting natural product vendors, organic farmers and all people who are living an organic and natural lifestyle with the ultimate goal of using more sustainable farming and consumerism.