Televized Taiwan organic foods will be hosted in Taipei, according to an announcement made on Monday by the Taiwan Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
The event is scheduled to be held on June 28, 2019 at the National Organic Agricultural Centre (NANAC), which is located on the island of Taiwan.
It will be the first time organic food from the island is showcased at the international event.
“Organic food can offer a lot of benefits, but in our society, it’s also a way to show our respect to the environment,” NANAC President Chen Chi-hui told reporters on Monday.
Organic food from Taiwan is often imported from countries like Thailand and Vietnam.
“Taiwan is one of the largest producers of organic food and one of Taiwan’s most important food producers,” Chen said.
The Taiwan Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry has been conducting a series of research and development projects with organic food companies in recent years to promote Taiwan’s reputation as a producer of healthy, healthy food.
Organic farming is a more sustainable way to produce food, according the ministry, which also works to improve the quality of Taiwan agriculture and its soil.
It has also set up a Taiwan Organic Agriculture Research and Development Centre (Taipeororadio), which aims to make research and developing into a science-based activity, according To Be More, a website for sustainable farming.
“They’re really trying to create this new model of organic agriculture and to support people to be sustainable farmers,” To Be Higher, a research professor at Taiwan’s National University of Agricultural Sciences, told Newsweek.
“This is very different from the traditional agricultural model that is based on farming on the land, on the soil.”
The Taipeioradios goal is to provide information about Taiwan organic food in a way that promotes the environment.
“The main purpose is to help people understand how agriculture is sustainable, the benefits of organic farming and the impact it can have on the environment.”
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