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Organic Certificate, What Exactly it is?

“It’s the people who spray the chemicals on their food that should have to label it!” We’ve all heard this one. And it’s true. How we got to a place where to be organic, we have to go through rigorous testing and evaluation is baffling. I suppose it makes sense, though, in some way. Since the ‘green revolution,’ i.e. the sanctioning of pouring tons of chemicals on our land to make some things grow and other things die, it has become the norm.

When a new organic material or an existing organic material from a new supplier is being evaluated, we require the supplier’s organic certificate. The organic certificate demonstrates that the material meets all the organic regulation requirements. Also, it lists all the items for which the supplier is certified. If our supplier cannot supply us with this information, we cannot purchase organic materials from them. In order for NOW Foods to label something as certified organic, the material we buy must also be certified organic.

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How to get Organic Certification?

When a company wants to have products certified organic, it must pass an audit by an approved certifying agency. After the initial audit, there are annual audits to verify that the company is still in compliance with the law. The certifying agent does the following: Walk through the facility to check for general cleanliness. Check all pest control types and procedures to ensure that only approved methods are being used. Procedure Review: Review of internal procedures to make sure that materials will not be exposed to any unapproved substances. Documentation Review: Review of organic certification documentation from the suppliers of the organic materials. The inspector reviews the documentation on every material under consideration for certification. Review of Organic Product Labeling – There are rules on how products are labeled. There are also different levels of organic certification: 100% ORGANIC: Must contain 100% organically produced ingredients. ORGANIC: Must contain at least 95% organically produced raw or processed agricultural products. The other 5% must be on a list of approved ingredients. MADE WITH ORGANIC: Must contain at least 70% of organically produced ingredients.

Benefits of Organic Certificate

Becoming certified organic helps producers and handlers: Receive premium prices for their products Access fast-growing local, regional, and international markets Support local economies Access additional funding and technical assistance Market products to consumers Finding success in the organic marketplace:

Debunking the myths about organic certification Understanding the Demand for Organic: Why is It Worth It? What’s the Value? Research shows that organic farming practices can: Improve water quality Conserve energy Increase biodiversity Contribute to soil health.

Becoming certified organic helps producers and handlers: Receive premium prices for their products Access fast-growing local, regional, and international markets Support local economies Access additional funding and technical assistance Market products to consumers Finding success in the organic marketplace: Debunking the myths about organic certification Understanding the Demand for Organic: Why is It Worth It? What’s the Value? Research shows that organic farming practices can: Improve water quality Conserve energy Increase biodiversity Contribute to soil health

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