Organic & Natural

It is important to note that often, people tend to use the term ‘organic’ in a way that is a more all-encompassing definition than the specific requirements mandated by the regulatory bodies when approving a certification application.

Organic is an agricultural (or food farming) practice that doesn’t involve the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and other additives that can affect the quality and yield of produce. If any of these conditions are not met, technically, the product is not considered organic.

It’s quite easy to see how this can become confusing to many, because the term organic is often more associated with a perception of health benefits, more so than the government classification.

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