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Organic Agriculture is a method of agricultural production which exalts the natural fertility of the soil ecosystem, the healthiness of the products and reinforces sustainability without using synthetic products (es.chemical inputs and fertilizers). In order to obtain organic certification there has to be compliance with the EU Reg. 834/2007, which settles the production, processing, labelling, control and certification…

Whereas European Union on its inner borders defines Organic Agriculture in compliance with EU Reg 834/2007, towards third countries EU made equivalency arrangements so that trades of certified organic products in and out of the EU from and towards non EU countries.

Countries with equivalency arrangements
So far the European Union made equivalency arrangements with:

Argentina Australia Canada South…

The equivalence agreement (here all the info) between the NOP (National Organic Program) and the EC Regulation 834/2007 signed between the United States and the European Union, which entered into force in 2012, allows most of the EU certified organic products to be exported to the USA, accompanied by the NOP Import Certificate. Operators who want to be certified…

On 2009 the definitive version of the COR (Canadian Organic Regime) regulations came into force; for further information on this subject, you can visit the website of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) which has a section dedicated to organic products

CCPB was one of the first non-Canadian organisations to be recognised by CFIA to be compliant with the…

JAS is the system regulating the methods used to obtain agricultural and agricultural food products destined for the Japanese market and their labelling.

This system was already partially in place in 1950 and in 2000, the standards for fresh agricultural vegetable and processed organic products were introduced, followed by, in 2005, those for fresh and processed animal products.
Exporting in…

The AB (Agriculture Biologique) brand is owned the French Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Rural Develpment The brand may be requested by the French market for labelling organic agriculture products since, according to a survey carried out by INRA/Gret/Agence Bio (2003), 65% of French consumers recognise products as organic from this logo on the packaging.

Operators intending…

Thanks to an agreement with IBD, one of the major brasilian certification bodies, CCPB provides a certification service for the companies willing to export organic products in Brasil.

How BioBrazil certification works
Companies interested can contact our offices wich will send all the documents for the application for certification; IBD will evaluate the documents and will charge CCPB with providing…

Bio Suisse is a not-for-profit organisation representing the interests of Swiss Bud-label (National Organic Standard) producers and their licensees.
How Bio Suisse works
In order to be able to export organic products to Switzerland, it is necessary to demonstrate that you have a potential Swiss importer since only these may become licensees for Bio Suisse and label…

Thanks to the agreement of mutual equivalence with EU, South Korea isone of the equivalent countries that permit import and export of certified organic products

How the certification in South Korea works
The agreement in particular includes the aknowledgment from the EU of processed organic products certified in South Korea with the following conditions:

the agreement covers the processed agrifood…

Bio Siegel is the German national logo that has labelled organic productions since 2001.

Operators wishing to sell products in Germany that comply with the current EU organic standards may attaché the “Bio Siegel” label to their products, therefore products certified by CCPB may be labelled with this logo.
For processed products, the “Bio Siegel” logo can only be used…