The capital hosted the presentation of the report on the organoleptic and sensory assessment of organic products carried out by environment Agrieco was responsible for organizing this seminar together with the Association Epea.Los organic products, and in particular tomato, they have passed the test once more, and on this occasion before the National Association of wine tasters. And it is that, through a study conducted during 2007 by the Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, Medio Rural y Marino, to assess organoleptic and sensory characteristics of these foods, has been obtained great results that lead to those responsible for this sector continue betting to improve each day. In this sense, last Saturday presented the final report on activities and results of organoleptic and sensory evaluation of ecological products, where the President of Agrieco, Miguel Cazorla, was in charge of welcoming and who stated that in Almeria are taking big steps for that product ecological reaches all national and international consumers and for this we are trying to raise awareness, firstly, what is a food of these characteristics. In addition, Cazorla, topped his appearance adding that the aim of the Almeria province is to continue to improve in this aspect so that in the future he only speaks in ecological. Prior to the outstanding data for the study sample, the director general of ecological production of the Ministry of agriculture and fisheries of the Junta de Andalucia, Jose Roman, offered some samples on how is the sector at the moment, stating that “this step has been with three goals. The first of these is the structuring of the sector; Second, to generate and encourage the consumption of organic foods; and thirdly the need for conventional sector is sought. Samples chosen then the Andalusian director established that they had two aspects into consideration when starting the study, such as the situation in which These foods in Spain, and the order in the shopping basket are. .