Ya Viene la Temporada de Renovaciones
Cada año, las operaciones certificadas deben presentar su contrato de renovación de certificación anual y pagar sus tarifas de certificación para el próximo año. A principios de noviembre, le enviaremos por correo su paquete de renovación, que incluye su contrato de renovación y la factura con su cuota anual de certificación. También le enviaremos un correo electrónico con su información de renovación.
Advertise Your Products and Services to Over 4,000 Organic Producers
Advertise with CCOF and access your target audience. But hurry, space goes quickly! From full-color publications to targeted online media, CCOF's resources appeal to all parts of the organic sector, from producers to suppliers to consumers. Our publications serve as long-trusted sources of information on organic farming and food production.
Apply Now for $5,000 to Transition to Certified Organic
Want to take your farm forward and transition to organic? Maybe you’re already practicing organic methods and need that final incentive to get certified. Now is your chance to lessen the financial challenge of transition by applying for a $5,000 grant to help you make the transition to organic.
Fix in California Organic Processing Rules Signed into Law
Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 406, the Health Care Omnibus Bill, into law last week. Authored by California Senator Richard Pan, the bill includes a section that repeals the requirement for organic processors and handlers to print their California organic registration number on all transfer documents including bills of lading and invoices.
Two-Day Rushes Cannot be Processed
Due to ongoing impacts from the west coast wildfires and the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to accept 2-day Rush requests until further notice. We can accept 5-day Rush requests. All 2-day Rush requests will be reviewed in 5 business days. Be sure to include the Rush Review form along with your submission. Email updates to email@example.com.
All Private Label Owners, Brokers, Traders, Distributors, and Importers Will be Required to be Certified Organic
The USDA National Organic Program (NOP) has released an official proposed rule for Strengthening Organic Enforcement (SOE). The proposed changes are the most significant changes to the national organic regulations since the creation of the NOP.
Building Resilience Together in 2020
Dear CCOF Family,
2020 has been a wild ride. A national pandemic, a looming recession, a racial injustice reckoning, and now unprecedented wildfires sweeping through CCOF’s hometown of Santa Cruz, California and across Northern California.
Organic is the Solution: CCOF’s 2019 Annual Report
Dear CCOF Members and Supporters,
Build Your Business with Organic
Have you ever been asked to make organic products? During these uncertain times it can be hard to envision change, but this might be the perfect time to consider adding organic products to your line. With the expanding consumer demand for organic products, brand owners are looking for co-packers to make their products and retailers are looking for organic versions of existing products.