Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:10 pm Post subject: Name Change for Australia’s Leading Organic Body
The body that owns Australia’s most respected and recognised organic logo has changed its name. Biological Farmers of Australia, or BFA, has changed its name to simply Australian Organic.
Australian Organic owns the logo that appears on the majority of certified organic produce in Australia – the Australian Certified Organic ‘Bud’ mark.
It also owns the Organic Growers of Australia, or OGA, sunflower logo, a certifying trademark for small growers. These brands aren’t affected by the name change.
Australian Organic also runs the popular Australian Organic Schools initiative, publishes the consumer magazine Bud Organic and farming magazine Australian Organic Producer. It also recently released the third edition Australian Organic Market Report that details the state of the industry in Australia.
The name change better reflects the business of Australian Organic which is to promote organic and educate the public about organic food and fibre and facilitate organic certification.
Biological Farmers of Australia was the name given to a not for profit organisation formed by a group of farmers 25 years ago. It was initially established to support organic farming before moving into certification.
The name Biological Farmers of Australia will be retained by Australian Organic and used to promote activities around farmer education. The iconic Bud logo that is synonymous with organic products in Australia will stay.
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