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G6.3 Synthetic Pesticides in Storage

If you store crops at your own facility, describe how you protect them from contamination

Grower, Livestock producer Organic System Plan
G6.4 Simple On-Farm Post Harvest Handling

If you are an all-organic operation handling only your own crops, tell us about any simple handling, such as washing and packing, that you perform.

Grower, Livestock producer Organic System Plan
G6.5 Sourcing Products and Direct Marketing

If you sell organic and nonorganic products, or products from other operations, directly to consumers, describe your direct marketing.

Grower, Livestock producer Organic System Plan
G7.0 Labeling

Describe how you label non-retail containers and retail packages. Attach label samples.

Grower, Livestock producer Organic System Plan
G8.0 Record Keeping

Describe your recordkeeping plans. Attach sample records.

Grower, Livestock producer Organic System Plan
Get Certified Organic - 6 Simple Steps

Outlined are the 6 simple steps for getting certified.

Grower, Livestock producer, Processor or Handler, Retail or Restaurant, Processor located in Canada, Trader or Broker or Private label owner, I am not an organic operation Helpful documents or flyer
Get the Numbers on Organic - National, California, and CCOF Statistics

Get the numbers on organic with national statistics, California statistics, and CCOF member statistics and certified crop acreage.

Grower, Livestock producer, Processor or Handler, Retail or Restaurant, Processor located in Canada, Trader or Broker or Private label owner, I am not an organic operation Helpful documents or flyer
Global Market Access Application

Enrollment in the CCOF GMA program means that CCOF will review your operation for compliance with equivalence arrangements between the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) or Canadian Organic Regime (COR) and various foreign governmental bodies. NOP certified operations can be reviewed to equivalencies with Canada, the EU, UK, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Switzerland. COR certified operations can be reviewed to equivalencies with the US, EU, UK, Japan, Switzerland, and Taiwan.

If your operation is located outside the U.S. and exporting to the EU or Switzerland, you will need to enroll in the CCOF International Standard program.

Grower, Livestock producer, Processor or Handler, Trader or Broker or Private label owner Organic System Plan
Global Market Access Program Manual

This manual describes the requirements for operations enrolled in the Global Market Access program. This is typically only necessary if your products are exported to foreign markets where the U.S. National Organic Program has equivalence arrangements, including Canada, the European Union, Japan and more.

Grower, Livestock producer, Processor or Handler, Retail or Restaurant, Processor located in Canada, Trader or Broker or Private label owner, I am not an organic operation Manual or Standard
GLOBALG.A.P. Program Manual

This manual describes the standards that apply to operations joining CCOF’s GLOBALG.A.P. program.

Grower, Livestock producer, Processor or Handler, Retail or Restaurant, Processor located in Canada, Trader or Broker or Private label owner, I am not an organic operation Manual or Standard