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Labeling for products meeting at least the requirements of EU Organic Regulation suffice. In addition, there are private labels like Bioland. DEMETER. ECOVIN and Naturland that have more advanced, sometimes stricter requirements. In July 2010, a mandatory new organic seal (also EU organic label, EU biologo) was introduced across the EU. It consists of a leaf stylized with 12 white stars and a green background. Meanwhile, non-EU countries are also aligning their regulations with the food law of the European organic label. A product can receive the European organic label if it contains no more than 0.9% of genetically modified material and at least 95% of the ingredients come from organic / organic farming. Organic winegrowing requires organic certification; see below Organic viticulture and Biowein,

Various organic labels

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