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CCOF Food Safety Certification By and For Organic Producers

CCOF is excited to continue offering food safety certification by and for organic producers in the 2020 production season. Not only do we cover your organic crops and handling, but we can also audit your non-organic acreage alongside your organic or transitioning acreage while we’re out there. If given enough lead time, CCOF can even combine your organic and your food safety audits in one visit! 
 
CCOF has long been a trusted source for premier certifications, with competent, friendly local inspectors spread out over various regions and climates in North America.

CCOF Foundation Hosts We Are Organic Dinner

Matt Seeley (Left) and Tonya Antle (Center) of the Organic Produce Network present CCOF Foundation Chair Allen Harthorn (Center) and Cathy Calfo (Right) with donation for CCOF Foundation at the Organic Grower Summit We Are Organic dinner in Monterey, Ca
 

CCOF Holiday Office Closure

Happy holidays! CCOF will be closed Wednesday, December 24, and will reopen Monday, December 29. We will also be closed January 1-2.

Please allow additional time for processing requests during this holiday season. We look forward to working with you in 2015 and wish the best for your business and family in the new year.

CCOF Hosting GLOBALG.A.P. Public Workshop – HPSS in Santa Cruz, California

Register now for the GLOBALG.A.P. IHT, Capacity Building, and Farm Assurer Workshop-HPSS, hosted at the CCOF office in Santa Cruz, California on December 17-19, 2019.
 
CCOF is hosting the GLOBALG.A.P.

CCOF Hosting GLOBALG.A.P. Public Workshop – HPSS in Santa Cruz, California

CCOF Food Safety
Register now for the GLOBALG.A.P. IHT, Capacity Building, and Farm Assurer Workshop-HPSS, hosted at the CCOF office in Santa Cruz, California on December 17-19, 2019.
 
CCOF is hosting the GLOBALG.A.P.

CCOF is Hiring a Director of Farm Certification

CCOF Certification Services, LLC (CCOF) is seeking a director of farm certification to work in the Santa Cruz, California office. The director will oversee CCOF’s farm-level certification programs within CCOF’s rapidly expanding USDA National Organic Program and internationally-accredited organic certification programs in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, as well as CCOF’s Food Safety Services program. This position may also implement new add-on programs.

CCOF is Hiring Qualified GLOBALG.A.P. Inspectors

CCOF inspects and audits farms and packing-houses to the GFSI-benchmarked GLOBALG.A.P. food safety standards. GLOBALG.A.P. is the world’s leading standards organization for Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) and has over 140,000 operations certified worldwide to their various standards.

CCOF is Hiring—Multiple Certification Positions Available!

CCOF Certification Services, LLC is seeking three certification specialists to work in the Santa Cruz, California office performing tasks related to organic farm (crop/livestock) certification. The certification specialist positions will be open in early December, and recruitment has begun. These positions will work within CCOF’s rapidly expanding USDA National Organic Program and internationally-accredited organic certification program.

CCOF is Proud to Partner with Patagonia (and Wear its Gear)!

The CCOF team (including our office dogs!) are often clad head to toe in Patagonia gear. Patagonia is a company that we are proud to support given their commitment to using organic materials and food. 
 
Patagonia is also a Visionary member of the CCOF Foundation, which works to advance organic agriculture for a healthy world. With their support, the CCOF Foundation runs a range of programs to support new and existing organic producers and to educate consumers about the importance of organic agriculture. 
 

CCOF Joins in Advocating for Urban Agriculture in Farm Bill

CCOF joined with 27 diverse organizations to request that the Senate and House agriculture committee leadership include provisions supporting urban agriculture in the 2018 Farm Bill. CCOF supports expanding resources for farmers, and urban agriculture is a growing sector that increases opportunities for local organic foods in metropolitan areas.

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