The Nordic Organic Food Fair (NOFF) returns to Malmö Mässan on 16-17 November, attracting organic pioneers and key policy makers as the show marks its tenth anniversary.

Rasmus Prehn, Danish Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries – who last year opened the show – will once again be in attendance. In 2021 Prehn (pictured left with Carsten Holm, MD of Diversified Communications) commented in his keynote speech that the development of the organic sector depends on a close cooperation between the public and private sector, before outlining the Danish Government’s ‘visionary goals’ for the organic market – including doubling the country’s organic agricultural land and organic produce consumption by 2030.

This year, Prehn will again be joined by key associations including Organic Sweden, Organic Denmark, IFOAM, Ecovia Intelligence, Try Swedish and Food Nation.

This year’s show comes at a very important time for the organic sector

Over the two days visitors to the show will hear from industry leaders about opportunities around organic farming, while exclusive insights and the latest research on the organic food market will also be shared.

Melina Viking, event director of NOFF, comments: “We are extremely honoured to have the Danish Minister Rasmus Prehn return to the ten year anniversary of the Nordic Organic Food Fair and Eco Living Scandinavia.

“Rasmus, plus many other leading experts at the show, will help to inspire and inform the organic sector about how the Danish Government is working towards a more sustainable future. This year’s show comes at a very important time for the organic sector and we look forward to seeing everyone in November to debate, share and learn from each other.”