The process of organic farming and food quality has been described in detail in this insightful book. Organic farming does not necessarily require farmers to adopt conventional (primitive) techniques of farming. Several farming methodologies that were used in the past still hold utility in the present day scenario. Organic farming integrates the best of these methods with modern scientific knowledge. The aim of this book is to provide a compilation to the readers, which describes a multitude of distinct existing studies on organic farming, making it easy for them to compare methodologies, outcomes and conclusions. As a result, studies from countries like Poland, Slovenia, Romania, Finland, etc. have been integrated in this book. By acting as a platform to compare outcomes and conclusions from distinct countries and continents, this book will help in developing a novel perspective in organic farming and food production quality as well as help researchers and students from all over the world to attain novel results in this field.