Our purpose is to promote and support organic agriculture in California and elsewhere through a premier organic certification program for growers, processors, handlers and retailers. We also implement programs to increase awareness of and demand for certified organic product and expand support for sustainable agriculture. In addition, we advocate for governmental policies that protect and encourage organic agriculture.
CertifyOrganic.com is a resource for growers and processors looking for certification. This site serves to promote the organic industry by aiding both the accredited certifiers as well as the growers and processors. With over 10 ways to search for an accredited organic certifier (e.g. Location, Scope of Certification, etc.) this Web site allows visitors to quickly find a list of possible accredited certifiers. In addition to the search feature, this Web site gives USDA accredited certifiers the opportunity to tell growers and processors a little about themselves. Please come visit today!
GOCA is accredited by the USDA to certify organic producers and processors according to national organic standards. Even though GOCA is already one of the largest agencies in California, we are a new and refreshing face in the certification sector. Our owner and staff are veterans of the organic industry with organic crop production and processing backgrounds. GOCA prides itself on great customer service and competitive prices which we offer in all states and most foreign countries. GOCA Organic Certification Provides a marketing tool that enables you to access the growing organic marketplace, and offers added value to your products.
HOFA -Organic Land Practices and Organic Certification in Hawaii.
The Institute for Marketecology (IMO) is an ISO 65 accredited, internationaly acting inspection & certification body. Inspection and certification is conducted world wide according to public or private standards (such as USDA, EU, NPOP, BIO SUISSE, DEMETER, and many others). IMO offices and partner offices existe in Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Germany, Ghana, India, Peru, Russia, Sri Lanka, Tansania, Turquie, Uganda, Vietnam. IMO has a long tradition in certification work also for Naturland, Bio Suisse, Demeter and other farmer associations.
USDA NOP, ISO 65 and Maharishi Vedic Organic certification. Certifying in all countries with an emphasis in the developing nations. Also providing educational and research services in Vedic organic agriculture.
The purpose of MOFGA, the oldest and largest state organic organization in the USA, is to help farmers and gardeners grow organic food, to protect the environment, to promote stewardship of natural resources, to increase local food production, to support sustainable rural communities, and to illuminate for consumers the connections among healthful food, environmentally sound farming practices, and vital local communities.
NOP and ISO Guide 65 accredited, CAQ recognized organic certification agency providing certification to producers and processors/handlers since 1999 for crops, livestock, wild crop and handling. MOSA offers certification throughout the United States, with a strong focus on the Upper Midwest.
The Missouri Seed Improvement Association (MSIA) is an independent, not-for-profit organization providing unbiased, third-party services in the areas of seed certification, quality assurance (QA), identity preserved (IP), source identified, organic and phytosanitary inspections.
The complete government Web site regarding the new National Organic Program (NOP). Read the guidelines, get a list of certified accreditation agencies and read the latest updates and news releases.
International Certificate for Naturland - Naturland has successfully passed its first re-evaluation under the IFOAM Accreditation Programme. The accreditation company IOAS authorised by the world umbrella organisation for organic agriculture (IFOAM) has awarded 18 organisations world-wide its 'Certificate of Accreditation'. Naturland is the only German Organisation for Organic Agriculture which is accredited according to this demanding accreditation programme.
NSF International, The Public Health and Safety Company™, is an independent, not for profit organization providing a wide range of services around the world. For more than 55 years, NSF has been committed to public health, safety and protection of the environment. NSF develops national standards, provides learning opportunities through its Center for Public Health Education and provides third-party conformity assessment services while representing the interests of all stakeholders.
The Ohio Ecological Food & Farm Association is a grassroots coalition of food producers and consumers formed in 1979 to support and promote a healthful, ecological, accountable and permanent agriculture in Ohio and elsewhere.
OneCert offers affordable, easy-to-understand organic certification. OneCert provides certification to the US National Organic Program (NOP) and European Organic Regulations (EU 2092/91).
Oregon Tilth is a non-profit research and education organization certifying organic farmers, processors, retailers and handlers throughout Oregon, the United States, and internationally.
Organic National and International Certifiers is a NOP Accredited Certifying Agency out of Lincolnwood, IL. ON & IC offers superb customer service and nationwide coverage at fixed, competitive prices.
Independent, third party certification of organic food systems has been the foundation of domestic and international organic food trade.
Quality Certification Services offers customer-service oriented, cost efficent certification options for Organic operations.
The Texas Department of Agriculture's Organic Certification Program certifies producers, processors, distributors and retailers of organic products in Texas.
The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) administers organic certification cost share programs for certified producers and handlers. Recipients must receive initial certification or continuation of certification from a USDA accredited certifying agent (ACA). Program participants may be reimbursed for up to 75 percent of their organic certification costs, not to exceed $750 per year.
Organic Food Program protects consumers and supports the organic food industry by ensuring the integrity of organic food products through establishing organic standards and certifying organic producers, processors, and handlers. The program provides technical information about organic food production and assists in the development of markets for the organic food industry.