VI international conference "Organic processing and marketing" will be held in Kyiv on November 14




VI international conference "Organic processing and marketing" will be held in Kyiv on November 14


Aims of the conference are:

  • to present Ukrainian organic market review on the results of 2019, to analyse achievements and existing problems,

  • to inform market players about changes in the Ukrainian legislation in the field of organic production, circulation and labelling of organic products,

  • to analyse the supply and marketing chains of the final food products,

  • to promote the development of marketing skills and opportunities: business communication, market analysis of organic final products and more.

The goal is further consolidation of the organic sector of Ukraine and successful sales of Ukrainian organic products with added value at the domestic and international markets.


If you are:

  • an organic food producer

  • an organic market operator and building development strategy of your company;

  • a food industry enterprise and you need innovation;

  • interested and want to help the development of the organic market in Ukraine

ORGANIC PRODUCTION - additional opportunities and a new level of business

ORGANIC PRODUCT - higher quality and added value, benefit and satisfaction for the consumer


Conference Program available by the link

Working languages – Ukrainian and English (simultaneous translation will be provided).


Welcome to get valuable information to grow your business!


Registration for the event is required.


Standard participation fee is 3000 UAH, early registration before October 15 – 2000 UAH.

For clients of Organic Standard LLC and members of Organic Ukraine PU, the standard participation fee is 2000 UAH, early registration before October 15 – 1500 UAH.


The number of participants is limited, so don't delay! Tickets can be purchased via the link.


If you have any questions, please call 067 -17 -17 -577, Organic Ukraine.


The conference is organised in the frame of “Organic Market Study and Policy Development Support” project funded by the Swiss Confederation.