Who makes Paya organic ingredients

Organic certification in gastronomy

Those who use organic food would of course like to inform their guests of this.

Anyone who advertises organic products on the menu or other advertising materials is subject to inspection according to Section A8 of the Austrian Food Code and must conclude a control contract with a state-accredited inspection body. This confirms the correct application and use of the organic products by means of a certificate.

Our organic kitchen tip: Inform your guests about the origin and your suppliers - this creates trust.

There are the following options for the correct organic label:

To be offered as an organic menu

Organic note directly in the name of the dish: e.g. "Organic roast pork", "Organic lasagne"

Organic note in the headline: e.g. "Our organic menu" or "organic dish"

An entire menu can be described as an organic menu if at least 95 percent by weight of all ingredients

are of agricultural origin from organic farming. Attention: The remaining ingredients may only come from conventional production if they are specified in Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007 as amended. Annex VIII and IX (according to regulation 889/2008) are listed!

Promotion of individual organic ingredients / components

General claims for one or more raw materials,

e.g. "We only use potatoes from organic farming"

Announcement directly with the dish or supplement to the menu, e.g. "Asparagus cream soup from organic asparagus or roast beef from organic beef"

Promotion in communal catering

“About 30% of the following ingredients are checked

organic farming: potatoes, beef and eggs "

Even those who make changes in exceptional cases must advertise them.