Organic raw materials
"Guaranteed organic" creates trust among customers. The minimum requirement is certification in accordance with the EC Organic Regulation. However, organic only works if all partners along the value chain are involved. The organic mill acts as an intermediary between processors and producers and mediates the wishes of both sides. In this way, the security of supply of organic flours can be optimized. And with consistent quality, which is extremely important - especially for flour, the main ingredient.
Farms of the future
Sustainable, modern, consistent in its standards and guidelines.
More than 600 organic farmers supply the organic mill.
- They produce high quality raw materials.
- They protect the environment and the health of the consumer.
- They do not use genetic engineering.
- They do not use easily soluble mineral fertilizers and chemical plant protection such as pesticides or feed antibiotics.
Our organic farmers thus make a significant contribution to the protection of nature and the countryside and to preserving and safeguarding the future of our homeland. Organic farming does not pollute ground and surface water. This is why organic farmers are specifically promoted by many local authorities: as the best and most sustainable means of protecting our water supplies in the long term. And because livestock farming is strictly tied to the land, only as much manure is produced as the soil can absorb.
Organic labels and growers' associations
"Organic" and "eco" are legally protected terms in Europe. Anyone wishing to label a product with terms such as "organic", "biologisch", "Öko", "ökologisch" must be certified in accordance with the EC Organic Basic Regulation 2018/848, in force since January 1, 2022, on organic farming.
The number of the Meyermühle organic inspection body is DE-ÖKO-005.