If you are shipping NOP certified product that has final packaging or processing in the US or Canada to an EU member state, you need to:
Operations enrolled in the CCOF Mexico Compliance Program may forward this document to their suppliers to attest that ingredients were not grown with sodium nitrate, hydroponics, or aeroponics.
Organic labeling information for U.S. products exported to the Republic of Korea.
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For operations enrolled in CCOF’s Mexico Compliance Program, once you know you will be shipping from the U.S. to Mexico or domestically within Mexico, complete this form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This manual describes the standards that apply to operations entering the CCOF Mexico Compliance Program. The program is for operations in Mexico and exporting organic products to Mexico.
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Suppliers can use this attestation to demonstrate compliance to the terms of the US/Canada Equivalence for their buyers.
Yes! CCOF has an inspection partnership with ACO Certification Ltd. (Australia Certified Organic) to offer direct JAS certification to CCOF certified operations.
Through our inspection partnership CCOF operations can apply for JAS certification with ACO and have their JAS inspection performed by CCOF inspectors. In most cases the JAS inspection can be combined with your NOP inspection, potentially saving your operation time and money.
Who should consider direct JAS certification?