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Organised in association with BioLinéaires, the Forum offers a programme of short talks based on dialogue between professionals. This is a space to meet and discuss with specialists around key themes for organic stores.

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2021 Programme

 

Sunday 24th October 2021

 10:30: Post-Covid organic sector: keys to meeting expectations
Covid-19 is a foretaste of the era of the Black Swan, unpredictable events which are likely to repeat themselves. For resilient and innovative organic sector, here are four key concepts for new product and service offerings: Agile nano-retail — Tribal house – Sanctuary products —Inclusive organic Wellbeing— Phygital venues.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

 11:30: Belgium: two speed organic?
This question is asked increasingly frequently by organic market players in Belgium. Indeed, during their surveys, Sales4Bio observes that a lot of questions are being asked as to new strategies to adopt and on the future of organic in the next five years. The market is on the move, both at wholesale and retail level. An additional difficulty for new brands wishing to become established and find solid partnerships. This calls for a quick update!
With Mélanie Login, Sales4Bio

 12:30: Organic market trends
A BioAnalytics analysis, conducted by good®, of 6 markets in the organic network: variation of sales and competitive dynamics for cleaning products, savoury groceries, frozen food, baby food and chill products. And also a cross-sector analysis of three subjects which dynamise and challenge the organic network: loose goods, labels and transition towards organic farming.
With Bernard Ollié and Adrien Weitzman, Good

 13:30: Mass retail: four major trends for 2022-2025
Nowadays organic market players, mass retail and traditional brands, while drawing inspiration from specialist circuits, are also advancing down new paths which will in due course affect the entire organic sector. Insight: Dark kitchens – Pedestrian click and collect  – Acquisition of specialist shops – Product sector suited to district.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

 14:30: Organic market trends
A BioAnalytics analysis, conducted by good®, of 6 markets in the organic network: variation of sales and competitive dynamics for cleaning products, savoury groceries, frozen food, baby food and chill products. And also a cross-sector analysis of three subjects which dynamise and challenge the organic network: loose goods, labels and transition towards organic farming.
With Bernard Ollié and Adrien Weitzman, Good

 15:30: Loose goods selling market trends
While the loose goods sector displayed resilience during the Covid-19 crisis (consumption remaining flat, more than 250 new loose goods selling shops), how is the loose-selling market today? What consumer expectations? What changes for retail players?
With Célia Rennesson et Chloé Liard, Réseau Vrac

 16:30: The organic consumer and digital tech/cross-channel
With its annual report, BIO panel analyses and deciphers consumer developments and trends for the future. Understanding in 2021 their vision of digital tech and cross-channel: we give you the keys to the future.
With François Labbaye, Bio Développement

 17:30: Vision: from producer-manufacturer channels to circular slow channels of the 21st-century
The “organic and local” trend has emerged from infancy and is adopting ever shorter distances. As a consequence, supply chains will have to adapt by splitting into three major “slow” categories. The trend in buying local produce, but also zero waste, deposit return and inclusive solidarity are the pillars of a new, agile, circular and systemic food chain whose construction is gradually advancing. A decisive phase of the organic market is underway.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

 

Monday 25th October 2021

10:00: Organic market trends
A BioAnalytics analysis, conducted by good®, of 6 markets in the organic network: variation of sales and competitive dynamics for cleaning products, savoury groceries, frozen food, baby food and chill products. And also a cross-sector analysis of three subjects which dynamise and challenge the organic network: loose goods, labels and transition towards organic farming.
With Bernard Ollié and Adrien Weitzman, Good

11:00: Regulatory developments
Climate and Resilience Bill, 3R decree, planned decree on reused packaging, CNA opinion on loose goods, ADEME loose goods studies, planned AFNOR certification on food waste: loose goods selling is on everyone’s wish list!
With Lucia Pereira, Réseau Vrac

12:00: Organic shops in France faced with the challenge of packaging
95% of organic shops in France are looking for convincing solutions in the area of packaging, which they believe are essential to fulfil the expectations of consumers. This is one of the findings of the 2021 Ecozept survey of 100 organic stores, where we explore the field of packaging: bio plastics, collection, recycling and deposit return.
With Burkhard Schaer, Ecozept

13:00: Organic++: organic faced with the rise of new society goals: what consequences?
A tidal wave of “More organic than organic” commitments is washing over mass retail, major brands, new labels, and the customer, at the risk of blurring the very real differences that the specialist network and the Bio EU label bring. We decipher these ongoing trends so as not to get left behind.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

14:00: The organic consumer and innovation
With its annual report, BIO panel analyses and deciphers consumer developments and trends for the future. Understanding in 2021 their vision of innovation that they expect of organic market players: we give you the keys to the future.
With François Labbaye, Bio Développement

14:30: Vision: from producer-manufacturer channels to circular slow channels of the 21st-century
The “organic and local” trend has emerged from infancy and is adopting ever shorter distances. As a consequence, supply chains will have to adapt by splitting into three major “slow” categories. The trend in buying local produce, but also zero waste, deposit return and inclusive solidarity are the pillars of a new, agile, circular and systemic food chain whose construction is gradually advancing. A decisive phase of the organic market is underway.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

15:00: Belgium: two speed organic?
This question is asked increasingly frequently by organic market players in Belgium. Indeed, during their surveys, Sales4Bio observes that a lot of questions are being asked as to new strategies to adopt and on the future of organic in the next five years. The market is on the move, both at wholesale and retail level. An additional difficulty for new brands wishing to become established and find solid partnerships. This calls for a quick update!
With Mélanie Login, Sales4Bio

16:00: The organic market in Germany
While in recent years it has not displayed brisk growth, the German organic market is always innovative. Here, direct selling is being reinvented by combining it with organic shops, new retail formats and organic super labels are created. In addition, Covid-19 has reshuffled the deck between mass retail and specialist retail. Ecozept analyses these changes and offers a sharing of experience.
With Burkhard Schaer, Ecozept

17:00: Organic market trends
A BioAnalytics analysis, conducted by good®, of 6 markets in the organic network: variation of sales and competitive dynamics for cleaning products, savoury groceries, frozen food, baby food and chill products. And also a cross-sector analysis of three subjects which dynamise and challenge the organic network: loose goods, labels and transition towards organic farming.
With Bernard Ollié and Adrien Weitzman, Good

17:30: Post-Covid organic sector: keys to meeting expectations
Covid-19 is a foretaste of the era of the Black Swan, unpredictable events which are likely to repeat themselves. For resilient and innovative organic sector, here are four key concepts for new product and service offerings: Agile nano-retail — Tribal house – Sanctuary products —Inclusive organic Wellbeing— Phygital venues.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

 

Tuesday 26th October 2021

10:00: The organic consumer and digital tech/cross-channel
With its annual report, BIO panel analyses and deciphers consumer developments and trends for the future. Understanding in 2021 their vision of digital tech and cross-channel: we give you the keys to the future.
With François Labbaye, Bio Développement

10:30: Belgium: two speed organic?
This question is asked increasingly frequently by organic market players in Belgium. Indeed, during their surveys, Sales4Bio observes that a lot of questions are being asked as to new strategies to adopt and on the future of organic in the next five years. The market is on the move, both at wholesale and retail level. An additional difficulty for new brands wishing to become established and find solid partnerships. This calls for a quick update!
With Mélanie Login, Sales4Bio

11:30: Organic market trends
A BioAnalytics analysis, conducted by good®, of 6 markets in the organic network: variation of sales and competitive dynamics for cleaning products, savoury groceries, frozen food, baby food and chill products. And also a cross-sector analysis of three subjects which dynamise and challenge the organic network: loose goods, labels and transition towards organic farming.
With Bernard Ollié and Adrien Weitzman, Good

12:00: Post-Covid organic sector: keys to meeting expectations
Covid-19 is a foretaste of the era of the Black Swan, unpredictable events which are likely to repeat themselves. For resilient and innovative organic sector, here are four key concepts for new product and service offerings: Agile nano-retail — Tribal house – Sanctuary products —Inclusive organic Wellbeing— Phygital venues.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

13:00: Loose goods selling market trends
While the loose goods sector displayed resilience during the Covid-19 crisis (consumption remaining flat, more than 250 new loose goods selling shops), how is the loose-selling market today? What consumer expectations? What changes for retail players?
With Célia Rennesson et Chloé Liard, Réseau Vrac

14:00: Mass retail: four major trends for 2022-2025
Nowadays organic market players, mass retail and traditional brands, while drawing inspiration from specialist circuits, are also advancing down new paths which will in due course affect the entire organic sector. Insight: Dark kitchens – Pedestrian click and collect  – Acquisition of specialist shops – Product sector suited to district.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

14:30: Organic shops in France faced with the challenge of packaging
95% of organic shops in France are looking for convincing solutions in the area of packaging, which they believe are essential to fulfil the expectations of consumers. This is one of the findings of the 2021 Ecozept survey of 100 organic stores, where we explore the field of packaging: bio plastics, collection, recycling and deposit return.
With Burkhard Schaer, Ecozept

15:30: Organic market trends
A BioAnalytics analysis, conducted by good®, of 6 markets in the organic network: variation of sales and competitive dynamics for cleaning products, savoury groceries, frozen food, baby food and chill products. And also a cross-sector analysis of three subjects which dynamise and challenge the organic network: loose goods, labels and transition towards organic farming.
With Bernard Ollié and Adrien Weitzman, Good

16:00: Organic++: organic faced with the rise of new society goals: what consequences?
A tidal wave of “More organic than organic” commitments is washing over mass retail, major brands, new labels, and the customer, at the risk of blurring the very real differences that the specialist network and the Bio EU label bring. We decipher these ongoing trends so as not to get left behind.
With Sauveur Fernandez, Econovateur

 

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