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Helping More Farmland Become Organic

Did you know that less than 1 percent of U.S. farmland is organic? Consumers are demanding more organic food but because of the shortage in organic farmland, access to organic food is limited to those who can afford the premium pricing. You can help more land to become organic based on what food you purchase. A new program now supports growing more organic crops and making more organic products available on grocery shelves. > Read More About the QAI Certified Transitional Program

Organic Agriculture: Crops, Livestock and GMOs

Although requirements vary by country, most organic programs require an organic operation to demonstrate that they are protecting natural resources, conserving biodiversity and using only approved substances in the production and handling of organic produce and livestock. > Learn More

Understanding Organic Labeling

The USDA National Organic Program is responsible for setting the regulations around use of the term ”organic“ regarding food in the U.S. So what is the difference between ”100% organic“ and ”organic“? > Learn More

Organic Shampoo, Lotion, Cosmetics and More

Personal care products can include a variety of products intended for external use on any part of the body, including foundation and lipstick, moisturizers and lotions, and soaps, shower gels and bath beads. These products can be certified under NSF/ANSI 305: Personal Care Products Containing Organic Ingredients. For more information about this certification and to view a list of certified personal care products, visit our Organic Personal Care Products web page.

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