There is a growing network of biocyclic vegan partners (producers, processing & trading companies, network organisations, certification & auditing bodies and supporters) in many countries.
Please find more detailed information below.
You can also locate members of the International Biocyclic Vegan Network on the interactive map www.vegan-farming.org featuring vegan organic operations in Europe. On this map biocyclic vegan operations and network partners are identified by the biocyclic vegan symbol.
As of 2020, biocyclic vegan products come from:
- Cyprus (pomegranates, olive oil)
- France (wine)
- Germany (apples, plums, nuts)
- Greece (citrus fruits, bananas, kiwis, grapes, hokkaido squash, persimmons, ginger, vegetables, olives, olive oil)
- Hungary (soybeans, sunflower seeds, wheat)
Other farms in Switzerland (field vegetables, soybeans), Germany (field vegetables, cereals, bread), the Netherlands (field vegetables), Italy (olive oil) and Romania (fruits and vegetables, legumes, cereals) are preparing for biocyclic vegan certification.
Processing and Trading Companies
Farmers are not the only ones to see enormous future potential in this form of cultivation. Trading and processing companies are currently in the process of establishing biocyclic vegan product lines.
The first companies to process and to distribute products from biocyclic vegan agriculture are based in:
- The Netherlands
There is a large network of organisations, associations and companies that coordinate the development of the Biocyclic Vegan Standard and biocyclic vegan agriculture on the international as well as on the local level. They are based in:
- The Netherlands
Certification & Auditing Bodies
Certification and auditing bodies in various countries are involved in the auditing and certification process in order to guarantee that the requirements of the Biocyclic Vegan Standard are fully respected on all levels of the supply chain. In all cases the final biocyclic vegan certificate is issued by the German based Ceres Certification of Environmental Standards GmbH.
A growing number of organisations from the most various backgrounds (agriculture, environment, science, nutrition, veganism, animal rights etc.) is supporting the development of biocyclic vegan farming.