Organic Certification

Organic Certification



Organic certification can be defined as the process of certifying agricultural and natural products and is identified as certified organic products in teh markets . As whole, organic operations must specify that they are protecting natural resources, conserving biodiversity, and use only approved substances. The main aim of using all these practices is to protect the environment, optimize biological diversity, minimize soil degradation and productivity in order to promote the healthy conditions of the environment.

Certification needed for the organic cultivation is “Organic” and is an important part of the organic cultivation. A set of guidelines should be followed to obtain organic certification. To get organic certification, synthetic chemical inputs such as fertilizers, food additives, pesticides, antibiotics and genetically modified seed should be avoided. Certified organic producers go ahead without any risk as they have certified organic products.



1.) Application submission.
2.) Cost Estimation.
3.) Invoicing and payment of fees.
4.) Signing of inspection contractSigning of inspection contract.
5.) Inspection and submission of inspection report to the certification department.
6.) Issuance of certification decision.
7.) Compliance of certification decision and issuance of certificate.
8.) Issue of Transaction Certificates/Inspection Certificates.

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