China Green Food Development Center
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Le China Green Food Development Center - CGFDC (Centre chinois de développement d'aliments biologiques — en chinois : 中国绿色食品发展中心) est la plus importante agence de contrôle des standards de nourriture issue de l'agriculture biologique en République populaire de Chine. Le centre a été créé en novembre 1992, sous l'autorité du Ministère de l'agriculture, et est basé à Pékin.

Le CGFDC contrôle deux labels : « A » qui autorise un certain usage d'engrais chimiques et pesticides ou herbicides de synthèse ; et « AA » qui est plus restrictif. Les deux labels mettent l'accent sur le produit final plutôt que sur le processus de production, les tests étant limités aux résidus chimiques présents dans les aliments[1].

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  1. Organic Agriculture and poverty reduction in Asia: Overview of markets and marketing sur le site de l' International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), agence spécialisée des Nations Unies.

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