Your food choices have a lasting effect on your family and shape their eating habits, but shopping can be challenging when we’re all bombarded with food labels appearing in various sizes and forms on the packaging, in the ingredient list, or on stickers. The “Certified Organic” label can help you make informed decisions at the farmers’ market or the supermarket. Feeding your family organic food reduces your risk of exposure to pesticides, antibiotics, and hormones, and promotes the development of long-lasting, good eating habits.

Benefits of Organic

  • Use of the organic logo on your products to demonstrate compliance and communicate to clients (retailers, traders, importers, etc.)
  • Ensure greater access to existing and fast-growing markets
  • Help protect the environment from harmful products and processes and preserve animal welfare
  • Improve water quality
  • Conserve energy
  • Increase biodiversity
  • Contribute to soil health

Accredited Standards Certification