A product can be labelled "organic" when it has followed and complied with the specific rules for organic farming as set down in one of the sets of regulations recognised by the international community. To achieve this, all operators must undertake to be inspected by an independent accredited third party in accordance with the ISO 65 guide standards, such as Ecocert.
Ecocert inspects and certifies your products on the basis of the regulations applicable in your market:
- France and Europe: Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 and its implementing regulations (EC) No 889/2008 and No 1235/2008; national or private specifications approved by member states.
- United States: NOP (National Organic Program) regulations.
- Japan: JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standard) regulations.
- Other national regulations: China, Colombia, India, South Korea, Turkey, etc.
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