Existing schemes/standards
Organic

Organic Food

Euro Leaf: The new organic logo of the European Union (EU)

A new EU organic logo was introduced on the 1st of july 2012 and will be obligatory for all organic pre-packaged foor products within the European Union from July 2012. It gives consumers confidence about the origins and qualities of their food and drink as its appearance represents compliance with all EU regulations about organci food.

 

 

IOFGA Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association

Certifying the organic integrity of foodstuffs, produce, and products for farmers, growers, food processors, wholesalers, traders, and retailers.

Website http://www.iofga.org/index.htm

 

 

The Organic Trust

Organic certification for professional organic producers, processors and distributors.

Website http://www.organic-trust.org/about/

 

 

The Soil Association

Soil Association Certification, the UK's market leadine organic certification body, offers unrivalled service, value for money and robust organic standards.

Website http://www.soilassociation.org

 

 

The Organic Food Federation (OF & F)

The Organic Food Federation was established in 1986 and is now onw of the UK's leading certification bodies operating nationally in all areas of organics.
 

Website http://www.orgfoodfed.com

 

 

 

 

Organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G)

Organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G) is a leading UK certification body with a reputation for practical, efficent and friendly service.

Website http://www.organicfarmers.org.uk

 

 

 

The EU Organic Symbol

The European Commission have a logo bearing the words 'Organic Farming - EC Control System' that may be used by producers whose systems and products have been found on inspection to satisfy EU regulations.

Website http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/organic