We want to help our certified members grow their businesses, and in doing so the organic marketplace. One way we promote our members is by maintaining a searchable online directory of our certified operations. Those looking to find organic products or services can search by keyword, location, or sales method, including Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), farmers' markets, wholesale, export, and more.
I am not an organic operation
The CCOF Compliance Report will help you stay organized and keep your operation in compliance. This custom report will give you an immediate understanding of your operation’s current state of compliance, from recently-closed major issue action items to pending items that need to be addressed.
Prepare for your inspection by reviewing the appropriate pre-inspection letter below that applies to your operation.
This template is available for download as a PDF, Microsoft Word or Excel document, or Google Template (Google email account is required). See links below.
Guide for developing retail labels.
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Like other non-GMO verification programs, non-GMO does not mean GMO-free. The phrase “non-GMO” on certified organic products means that, as required by organic standards, the product was produced without the use of GMOs.
Many different market channels exist for your organic product but not all channels will align with your goals, values, product line, and personality. Choosing the perfect market for your product can be overwhelming, so choose what market channel suits you best before you make a major investment in your cropping plan or product recipe. This tool will help you select the perfect channel for your business, with an emphasis on finding the right avenue for your end consumers.
An operation or parcel is eligible for the CCOF Certified Transitional program if it is free of prohibited materials for one year and complies with all organic production requirements, but has not yet reached the three-year transition without prohibited materials.
No. The CCOF Certified Transitional program certifies operations in transition to compliance with the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) standards, but who have not yet reached the three-year transition without prohibited materials.