Organic Certifications

In order for a product to be truly organic, there has to be a certified organic certification next to the ingredient label of that food or product. Titles that claim to be organic, or has ‘organic’ in the brand name or name of the product does not count as organic. Real organic items will need a thorough examination, through a legal third party organization, of the production and ingredients of the product, and upon meeting the legal requirements within the country of production and distribution, it will be granted an organic certification seal. Below are some of the organic certifications to look out for. Due to copyright reasons, I provided a link for you to the website instead of providing their logos here.

USDA Organic 
Australia Certified Organic
NSF
OASIS
NaTrue
COSMOS
BDIH
Soil Association
Cosmebio
Eco-Cert
AIAB/ICEA
Biogarantie
NASAA

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