Join FairWild at BioFach 2019


January 2019 - Are you attending BioFach 2019, in Nuremberg, Germany 13-16 February? Join us at the world's largest Organic trade fair!

Find out more about FairWild at our booth on the Organic Africa Pavilion, Hall 4-571. Come and meet the FairWild team and stay for a cup of herbal tea (or coffee).

Please also join us for our annual event in the Exhibitor Forum on Friday 15th February, 12 - 1.45 pm (Room Mailand, NCC Mitte). At the event "FairWild: Today & Tomorrow", we will help you to put sustainable wild sourcing into practice and even make a FairWild "match"! With guest speaker Ann Armbrecht from the Sustainable Herbs Project (in partnership with the American Botanical Council) we'll explore challenges facing the herbal products industry and how FairWild can provide the framework to help overcome them.

We'll introduce our new Ingredients tool and identify ways to help connect supply and demand for sustainable herbs, increasing participation in the FairWild certification scheme. The session includes a practical "matchmaking" session where company representatives will have the chance to meet. Speakers from the FairWild Foundation will also share the latest FairWild news and updates.

To meet us at BioFach, please contact the FairWild Secretariat to arrange an appointment, or simply drop by during the fair.

German-speakers may also be interested to attend the BioFach Congress event on Wednesday 13th, 5 - 6 pm: “Die Wildnis im Bio Produkt: Ein Überblick über den Handel mit Wildpflanzenrohstoffen”, where speakers from FairWild Foundation will be present.

Please do sign up to our mailing list for further announcements and updates. These will also be posted to this page as necessary. We look forward to seeing you there!


FairWild stand: Hall 4-571. Join us on the Organic Africa Pavillion to find out more about FairWild.

FairWild event: Friday 15th Feb, 12 - 1.45 pm. "FairWild: Today & Tomorrow". Join our panel of expert speakers for a faciliated discussion and networking session.

Marcus Cornthwaite