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Organic Monitor becomes Ecovia Intelligence

The market research, consulting and training firm specialising in natural and organic consumer goods has been rebranded as Ecovia Intelligence.

The re-branding to Ecovia Intelligence reflects the broadening range of the organisation’s activities. Organic Monitor was established in 2001 with the mission to assist operators in the organic products industry by providing business intelligence. In its first decade, the company broadened its focus to related industries, such as free-from foods, health products, natural personal care products, fair trade products, and ethical products,” explained the company in a release.

Amarjit Sahota, Founder and President

Amarjit Sahota, Founder and President

In the last 8 years, the organisation has been hosting numerous sustainability summits in Europe, North and Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific. The summits bring together key stake-holders and discuss pressing sustainability issues faced by the food, cosmetic, or cleaning product industries.

Ecovia Intelligence will continue to encourage sustainable development in our specialist industries. Organic, as the most sustainable form of agriculture, is a core part of our corporate DNA and will remain a key focus,” commented Amarjit Sahota, Founder and President.

View online : www.ecoviaint.com

V.G.

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