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Organic farm produce

Organic

Certification Services

Navigate the organic review process with confidence and ease

Need help navigating the certification process for your organic fertilizer or soil amendment? Let's partner together to get your product organic certified and approved for market. With a comprehensive understanding of organic certification regulations, I can assist your business from submission to approval. Whether you need a first-time organic registration, white label organic registration, or guidance with ongoing compliance reviews, Verdant Regulatory can help.

Organic Certification Consulting Services:

OMRI Organic

CA Organic

OMRI Organic

CA Organic

OMRI Organic

CA Organic

What's the total cost?

Organic certification fees vary per product type and are occasionally adjusted as new regulatory laws are passed. Request a free estimate to find out the current total cost of consulting and registration fees to get your product organic certified.

FAQs

How are organic fertilizer and soil amendment products regulated?

 

In the United States (U.S.), the United States Department of Agriculture National Organic Program (NOP) sets regulatory standards for organically produced food and fiber products. To be certified by the NOP, food and fiber producers are required to apply input materials, such as fertilizer and soil amendment, which meet NOP organic standards.

​​What is the Organic Materials Review Institute?

The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) reviews and verifies fertilizer and soil amendment products that are compliant with NOP standards. OMRI Listed® products can display the OMRI seal once approved. The type and cost of registration requirements varies according to product specifications such as total ingredients, ingredient suppliers and manufacturers, and manufacturing processes.

What is the CDFA Organic Input Material Program?

 

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Organic Input Material (OIM) Program registers fertilizer and soil amendment products that are compliant with NOP standards as well as the California Fertilizing Materials Law. CDFA OIM registered products can be marketed in the state of California as 'organic'. The type and cost of registration requirements varies according to product specifications such as total ingredients, ingredient suppliers and manufacturers, and manufacturing processes. 

Organic fertilizer label
Organic hydroponic farm
Organic produce

OMRI Listed® & CA OIM  registered fertilizer and soil  amendment input products 

 organic farm production

 USDA organic certified food & fiber products 

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