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Order No. 1366 on subsidies for organic food production and its marketing.

Type of law

This Order aims to promote the production and marketing of organic food with the financial support of subsidies. The Order sets regulations on applying for such grants which may be utilized for salaries, consultancy, travel expenses and purchase of equipment and products related to organic food development. The Ministry of Environment and Food, through its Danish AgriFish Agency, shall be responsible for regulating the administration and control of subsidy authorization and disboursement thereof. Requests for grants shall be received by the Agency between 3 December 2015 and 1 February 2016. Cost-effectiveness of projects shall be the basis of an authorized grant, as depicted in Appendix 1, and it shall be evaluated firstly for all participating kitchens for each application and thereafter the entire applications.
The Order consists of 10 Chapters: Purpose and application (1); Definitions (2); Administration (3); Criteria for the award of subsidies (4); Scope (5); Change of project and transfer of commitments (6); Disboursement of subsidies (7); Notification (8); Cessation of commitment and repayment or reduction of subsidies (9); Entry into force (10).
Appendix 1 - Calculation of cost-effectiveness/ kitchen.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
3 December 2015. It shall however continue to apply to agreements and applications of commitment which has been made but not yet finalized before 2 December 2015.
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Legislation Amendment
Original title
Bekendtg relse om tilskud til fremme af produktion og afs tning af kologiske f devarer.