FIBL

AcronymDefinition
FIBLForschungsinstitut für Biologischen Landbau (German: Research Institute of Organic Agriculture)
FIBLFocused Ion Beam Lithography
FIBLFORCEnet Implementation Baseline
FIBLFilipino-Indian Basketball League
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Efectivamente, no todos estan en las estadisticas--segun el FiBL y IFOAM-OI en Mexico habia en 2016, apenas, 44 exportadores--pero se dejan sentir: Mexico es uno de los tres paises con mas productores de cultivos o crianza organica, con 210,000 unidades productivas reconocidas.
For the purposes of this report FiBL, USD and ITC agreed that the best approach was to provide the minimum, maximum and average of the area or production volume.
Forschungsinstitut fur biologischen Landbau (FiBL, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture) and International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) (n.d.) "Organic Food Sales Growth in the United States from 2000 to 2015." In Statista: The Statistics Portal.
Wilier H, Kilcher L (Eds) (2012) 'The world of organic agriculture: statistics and emerging trends 2012.' (IFOAM and FIBL: Bonn, Germany)
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture ((FiBL), Frick, and International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), Bonn.
(24 February 2014) Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) <https://www.fibl.org/fileadmin/documents/shop/1636-organic-world2014.pdf*, 243.
En Europa, destaca el mercado aleman, que registro ventas por US$ 7.96 mil millones, y Reino Unido, con US$ 2.83 mil millones (FiBL & IFOAM, 2011).
Mukesh Mohnani scored 18 of his 27 points to power the Warriors to a 10097 overtime victory over the Sharks and force a decider for the second finals slot in the 2014 FIBL Canadian Cup at Ynares Sports Arena on Sunday.
Although the area of Scotland's farmland that produces certified organic products has been reduced slightly in recent years, some government sectors and non-profit groups have generated interest and are making progress in local farming, rural issues, and sustainable development (FiBL, 2006; Scottish Government, 2014).
According to the FiBL's European Market for Organic Food 2011, Denmark and Sweden are among the top six European countries with the highest per capita consumption (second and sixth respectively).