The USDA Organic seal indicates agricultural products that meet production, inspection, and certification standards of the U.S. Department of Agriculture established by its National Organic Program. This regulation is applicable to domestic goods as well as organic products for export and import. USDA Organic prohibit the use of most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, GMO’s, and irradiation Read More

Oregon Tilth Certified Organic is an internationally recognized symbol of organic integrity. They were crucial in helping pioneer USDA Organic standards. The OTCO system combines strict production requirements, on-site inspections, and legally binding contracts that protect producers and buyers of organic production. OTCOs holistic approach to food production considers that the transition for farmers from non-organic to organic can be an expensive but worthy investment. As a result, they put into practice policies that ease pressure and lead to successful transitions. Read More

Monitored by the Institute of Marketecology in conjunction with ECO Cert, Fair for Life guarantees the safeguarding of both human rights and the environment from raw materials to finished product. Fair for Life is unique in its adaptability to meet the needs of marginalized groups. Operations must be verified by third or external party inspection. The “For Life” component of the certification refers to working conditions and social responsibility only. Read More

The production, inspection and certification requirements for organic goods under European Union Regulation No. 834/2007 and 889/2008 and its amendments. The EU Organic seal dictates that agricultural practices are executed with consideration of environmental and animal welfare. Local resources and knowledge must be utilized when applicable and the production process must be respectful of nature. Standards are enforced via yearly inspection by control bodies. The use of antibiotics, GMOs, chemicals and pesticides are strictly prohibited. Read More

Nature – Future – Culture (NFC) was developed from a strong commitment to our values and mission. We go above and beyond conventional fair trade by implementing our internal standard. With the help of local actors, NFC was created to be a unique blend of customer needs and expectations, international sustainability standards, and TRIPPER quality and philosophies. Read More

JAS Organic goods are regulated by the Japanese Agriculture Standard. Products must be shown to have been produced with organic seeds or seedlings in a way that minimizes environmental impact. JAS Organic forbids, genetically modified organisms and the use of prohibited agricultural chemicals and fertilizers. Growing conditions of fields must prevent the irresponsible run off of waste products. The use of chemical free fertilizers for compost is encouraged. Goods must be verified by a third party in order to ensure adherence to JAS Organic standards Read More

ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Management System is a system that comply with international food safety, traceability and quality assurance standards. As globalization increases, goods travel further and exchange many hands throughout their supply chain. ISO 22000:2005 ensure that products fulfill food safety criteria on raw material, process, finished product and shipment Read More

Majelis Ulama is Indonesia’s top seal of approval for halal goods. Every part of the supply chain and every ingredient must be halal to receive Majelis Ulama certification. Companies must be able to verify the origins of all materials involved in production. Internal audits are conducted every six months to make sure criteria is being upheld Read More

Kashrut (Kosher) Division of the London Beth Din (KLBD) is one of the worlds’ largest kosher certification agencies. They have been in operation for over 100 years, making sure all of their certified products comply with the Jewish court of law. We also offer KLBD-P products that are certified Passover. Read More