Green Up Your Life
Nowadays, green is a synonym for a sustainable, health-promoting lifestyle, i.e. a sensible and conscious way of dealing with food and resources. Green Up Yu Life is our new area focusing on the desire for more transparency, more regionality and seasonality, as well as the production and processing of food under socially-responsible, environmentally-conscious and animal-friendly conditions. This is where you can get inspiration and information on how you can live greener.
Our interest in green living started over 20 years with our Organic Hall. Now we want to expand our green range with new topics and exhibitors. Which companies, associations, NGOs and institutions should we bring together?
Organic Hall - "Organic - More space for living"
German organic farming associations and certified German organic producers present their new creations and provide information on all things organic. The Federal Organic Farming Program and other forms of sustainable agriculture enliven the Organic Hall with a diverse stage program.
Here you can find food from controlled organic cultivation as well as organically produced food, dietary products, herbs and EU-certified medicinal plants, e.g. with certifications from Demeter, Bioland, Naturland and their partners as well as from producers and manufacturers.
Food and agriculture
Our exhibitors are domestic and international companies whose core corporate philosophy encompasses a controlled, resource-conserving and fair production approach, species-appropriate animal husbandry and social responsibility.
They focus on regional and seasonal approaches to food which account for logistical expenses, direct marketers, “food rescue” and other services.
Energy and packaging
Our exhibitors are domestic and international companies which focus on renewable forms of energy and resource conservation, from production facilities to energy consultants for consumers.
They provide creative ideas and methods of implementation for re-use, zero-waste, recycling and upcycling in the food, garden and household sectors.
Household products without plastic, CO2 and chemicals
Re-use of waste, environmentally-friendly packaging, e.g. from agricultural waste materials; reusable systems to avoid disposable products.
Consumer information, research, education, development, best practices
Ministries, organizations, NGOs, research institutes, institutes that would like to provide consumers information on sustainable products and processes.
Presentation of research approaches for consumers
Information, ideas, inspiration and workshops which revolve around the targeted changes in values and consumer behavior.