Cleansmoke Räucherprozess für Bio-Produkte zulässig – weitere Informationen hier in Kürze

Clean Smoke

Purified smoke for a conscious, healthy and sustainable diet. Product and environmentally friendly smoking without ashes, tar and PAHs.


For the second time, the world’s leading organic trade fair BIOFACH in Nuremberg will feature “Green smoke for healthier and more environmentally friendly products”. From February 14th to 17th, the CleanSmoke Coalition will inform interested manufacturers and processors from the entire food industry in hall 5 booth 5-441 about the smoking process with pre-purified smoke – which is now equally permitted for organic and conventional products.

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CleanSmoke in Italy

After BioFach, the CleanSmoke Organic Campaign was represented at the Italian organic trade fair SANA in Bologna. The producers’ association AssoBio, the certifier Suolo e Salute and the Organic Department of the Italian Ministry of Agriculture were the most important discussion partners.

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EU approves alternative smoking process

Now that organic processors are finally allowed
to smoke in a product- and environmentally
friendly way throughout Europe, the platform
organic-markt reports in detail about this
smoking process. CleanSmoke has arrived in
the European organic sector.

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Press release end of December 2021

Together with the attached press statement, as the leader of the CleanSmoke Organic Educational Campaign, I would like to thank the European share- and stakeholders in the organic sector for their broad support. In the new year we will work together to inform producers/processors and consumers.

Jürgen Michalzik

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Good Manufacturing Practice

Although the product and environmentally friendly smoking process with pre-purified smoke in a closed circle complies with the “Good Manufacturing Practice” required by the EU organic regulation, it is not approved for organic products at state level.

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Smoke Technologies Fact Sheets

We have been smoking meat and fish for around 9000 years to make them more durable and tasty. A comparative overview of technical parameters and environmental pollution of different smoking processes used today

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