Organic farming aims at balanced cultivation in which farming methods are adapted to local natural conditions.
Organic farming uses crop rotation and completely excludes chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
Biodynamic farming is based on a holist worldview developed by Rudolf Steiner. Biodynamically cultivated products fulfil organic standards.
In biodynamic farming only natural fertilisers and pesticides are used. The movements of the sun, the moon and the planets are also taken into account in biodynamic farming.
Ethical trade is based on the idea that the small-scale producers and workers of the country of origin are paid fair compensation for their work.
All of the ethical trade products (Fairtrade, For Life and Fair for Life) in our selection have received an international certificate.
Kosher products are beverages that conform to the regulations of kashrut (Jewish dietary law). They are prepared in accordance with the writings of the Talmud.