To obtain organic certification for a product, a minimum of 95% of all ingredients of agricultural origin must be certified organic. The remaining 5% of ingredients however are also bound by strict guidelines. They are, for example, not permitted to be synthetic chemicals or artificially processed ingredients.
The benefits of certified organic products and processes:
Independent third-party guarantee of quality, and purity of ingredients.
Safe, clean and potent plant extracts of high vitality.
Sustainable agriculture that respects, supports and nurtures the complete ecology and energy of our planet.
Authenticity and integrity of organic and natural claims.
Prevention of damage to the environment and humans by the poisonous chemicals used in conventional agriculture.
While 'natural' and 'organic' claims abound, the only way you can be sure is by using a fully certified organic range of products.
What is Organic?
Certified Organic products are grown and processed without the use of synthetic chemicals, fertilisers, or GMOs. It is an innovative method of farming and production – and is increasingly being recognised as being on the leading edge of food and fibre technology into the future.
Organics is not just chemical free by testing. It is about the way your food is grown and handled. The whole system is linked - Soil. Plants. Animals. Food. People. Environment.
Standards to achieve this are internationally recognised, and are assured through annual audits of all certified operators by an independent third party auditor.