Organic Food Product Certification

What is Organic Food?

International trade in organic goods not only allows people in the EU to enjoy exotic new products from outside the EU but also enables EU organic products to be appreciated and recognized around the world. The EU has secured recognition of EU organic rules in several important export markets including Canada, Israel, Japan, Republic of Korea, Switzerland, Tunisia, United States of America, New Zealand and Asian countries. Having EU organic products recognized in non-EU markets is a key priority for the future.

What is Organic Food Certification?

Organic Certification allows a farm or processing facility to sell, label, and represent their products as organic. The organic brand provides consumers with more choices in the marketplace.

Organic farming is a way of producing food that respects natural life cycles. It minimizes the human impact on the environment and operates as naturally as possible, in accordance with objectives and principles including the following: Crops are rotated so that on-site resources are used efficiently

  • Chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, antibiotics and other substances are severely restricted
  • Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are banned
  • On-site resources are put to good use, such as manure for fertilizer or feed produced on the farm
  • Disease-resistant plant and animal species adapted to the local environment are used
  • Livestock are raised in a free-range, open-air environment and are fed on organic fodder
  • Animal husbandry practices are tailored to the various livestock species
  • Organic farming is part of an extensive supply chain, which also includes food processing, distribution and retailing. Each link in this chain aims to deliver the benefits of organic food production.

Why Organic Food Certification is important for business?

Organic agriculture is a fast growing sector in not only in U.S. agriculture, arising demand in rest of the world too which is creating jobs and promoting economic growth and opportunities across rural America and Agricultural based countries. There are more than 22,500 certified organic farms and businesses in the U.S. That number continues to grow as consumer demand for organic grows. In 2016, there was approximately $50 billion in U.S. retail sales of organic products.

Becoming certified organic helps producers and handlers:

  • Receive premium prices for their products
  • Access fast-growing local, regional, and international markets
  • Support local economies
  • Support local economies
  • Access additional funding and technical assistance
  • Market products to consumer

Organic farming practices can

  • Improve water quality
  • Conserve energy
  • Increase biodiversity
  • Contribute to soil health

Consumer confidence

Wherever today's consumers choose to buy or eat organic products, they should be able to have confidence that these comply with strict EU rules. Products that do not meet these standards may not be referred to as organic or bear the organic logo or a national equivalent.


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