Published: 09/26/2007 - Updated: 09/22/2018
Biocultura has reached its 23rd edition of Madrid's invitation. The most important fair of Spain expects the participation of 700 exhibitors and over 140,000 visitors.
We thus lived successful career, a reflection of an industry consolidation that has evolved and has been implemented in the Spanish society as a future.
Biocultura is the leading trade fair in terms of organic food, and also the multi-reference products and services related to environment and quality of life.
The Vida Sana Association, declared a public utility, is the organizer of Bioculture. In 1974, Spain brought in and promoted the movement of the biological culture. Already 33 years denouncing and announcing beforehand scandals that have been happening, and at the same time, ways of building viable and profitable ways to farmers, ranchers and industry, and healthy to human health and the environment, real alternatives to polluting forms of production.
In this globalized world, based on a pure capitalist law, survival is not easy. The self is the basis of independence that characterizes Vida Sana and thus also to Biocultura. The severity, persistence and transparency have become important.
What is Biocultura?
Biocultura, Organic Products and Responsible Consumption Fair, is an event of international character, which is the second of its kind held in Europe.
It is held annually in Barcelona and Madrid.
Biocultura had 23 editions in Madrid and a number are important enough to celebrate the success of the movement of the biological culture.
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The most important fair of the Spanish state, on this occasion expected participation of over 700 exhibitors and over 140,000 visitors to the Glass Pavilion.
Biocultura, this long-awaited annual event, is a symbol of change, in turn, necessary and imperative to take the final step towards a truly sustainable world.
Alternatives and responsible consumption fair is the vanguard of all modern trends and old who want to make our world a cleaner and more pleasant place to live.
The happiness of simple, finding beauty in what we do at work, family life, leisure … is at the heart of Biocultura.
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What does Biocultura offers?
More than 14,000 references of organic food products are the largest sector of the fair. These stands and food companies are in a single flag.
Other sectors that will help us bring in all aspects of our everyday a healthier life, make a wide range of products and services that give the show another profile and attract plenty of people interested in issues and concerns.
Natural products for the hygiene and cosmetics ; biological materials; renewable energy ; decoration and furniture for housing and healthy workplaces; complementary therapies and medicines ; saving and recycling, industrial hemp, ecology, environment, tourism and rural nursing homes, toys, crafts, music, books and magazines.
The most important sector of Biocultura is the power of biological. A wide range of products and services complete the offer of the fair which, combined with a high level of quality, maturity and professionalism, characteristic traders and businesses in each edition.
Biocultura is home to professionals in each of the sectors and promotes the participation of consumers, thus becoming a showcase for the biological production and ecological in a context of respect by forms-based production, in turn, respect for life.
Professionals have the opportunity to hear directly from distributors and operators to conduct their business in a simple manner. Businesses, meanwhile, have this showcase is Biocultura to provide and care for their customers and get new ones attracted by the high level of diffusion of the show and its future projection.
Entrepreneurs, owners, specifiers, importers, exporters, professional chefs and many other arts and disciplines come to Bioculture as a safe place to find the answers and proposals.
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This is amazing, that it has had such a long standing tradition of support, and wide spread enthusiasm, going on 23 years strong! I would love to see something similar take place in the united states, but for some reason our government places much more emphasis on subsidizing processed foods