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 しかし、生産者は危険な農薬や化学肥料を使って育てた野菜を、友だちに食べてもらいたいと思うでしょうか? 私たちは友だちが一生懸命育てた野菜を「安全じゃない」と思うでしょうか?世の中には誰がどう作って、どういう流通で、どんな加工をしたのかわからない商品で溢れています。だから認定や規定が必要なのです。しかし、信頼できる友人が作った生産物であれば、認証を気にする必要はないと思います。「作る」努力や思い・夢などを正直に伝え、私たちはそれを信じる、共感する。売る責任と買う責任を「正直」に結ぶ。それがオネストフードです。これから私たちが本当に必要なものは、生産者と生活者のお互いの信用と尊敬なのではないかと思います。

HONEST FOOD JAPANは有機生産者の継承と拡大を使命とする、一般社団法人自然食ねっとと、その活動をともに行う株式会社ナシカとの共同運営です。

Honest food. It is a word born from the trust of producers and ours.

Public agricultural product certification is established in countries around the world. In Japan, the “Organic JAS Certification” certified by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries includes organic farming in Japan (equivalent to the organic certification in Europe and the United States) and “Natural Farming” from the MOA Natural Farming Culture Corporation. There are restrictions on agricultural chemicals, fertilizers, herbicides and materials, and a duty to create a cultivation record book. In addition, there are “special cultivation” and “eco farm” where each prefecture has its own restrictions on pesticides and chemical fertilizers. These certifications are regularly inspected by third parties who are not producers to ensure that they comply with the standards and regulations.
In Japan, without using organic JAS certification, it is basically against the law to use words such as organic cultivation and organic. However, many producers do not require certification and do very difficult farming practices with their own convictions. Furthermore, recently, there is a movement that certification as G-GAP (global gap) is required as a condition for food provision to Olympic athletes, and HACCP is required at the processing site, making it hard to bind producers. Is expected. Those standards are all standards for "food safety and security".

But do producers want their friends to eat vegetables grown with dangerous pesticides and fertilizers? Do we think of the vegetables that our friends brought up as hard as "not safe"? In the world, it is full of products that do not know who made or how, and what kind of distribution and processing. So you need certification and regulations. However, if it is a product made by a credible friend, I do not need to worry about certification. Honestly communicate your efforts, thoughts, dreams, etc., and we believe and empathize with it. Be honest about selling and buying. That is the honest food. I think what we really need from now on is the mutual trust and respect of producers and consumers.

Honest Foods Japan is a joint operation with Natural Foods Net Co., Ltd. and Nashika Co., Ltd., which cooperates with each other, with the mission of inheriting and expanding organic producers. p>