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How to Get USDA Organic Certification - About.com
The best way to find out if your farm or product is eligible for USDA organic certification is to contact a reputable organic certifying agent. An organic certification ...
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What Does Gluten-Free Certification Mean for Consumers?
Apr 16, 2014 ... Manufacturers that cater to the growing gluten-free consumer market increasingly are pursuing gluten-free certification for their products.
http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/glutenfreefoodshoppin1/a/Certified-Gluten-Free-Products.htm
9 Products That Qualify for Organic Certification - About.com
Many different types of products are eligible for organic certification, although some products do have more stringent certifying criteria than others. That said ...
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Organic Personal Care Products - About.com
If you create a line of organic personal care products, you don't officially have to certify them as organic. Right now, as the law stands, no one formally regulates ...
http://organic.about.com/od/organiccertification/i/Why-Certify-Organic-Personal-Care-Products-If-You-Do-Not-Have-To.htm
10 Frequently Asked Questions About Organic Labels
Any product certified to USDA organic standards is allowed to wear the USDA Organic Seal. Products allowed to wear the seal include food, clothing, personal  ...
http://organic.about.com/od/organiclabels/tp/10-Frequently-Asked-Questions-About-Organic-Labels.htm
What Is Certified Organic? - Definition - About.com
Certified organic, when used in the United States in relationship to agricultural products, means that the product has been certified to meet specific standards ...
http://organic.about.com/od/organicdefinitionscd/g/Certified-Organic-Definition-Of-Certified-Organic.htm
Designing for Product Certification - Components - About.com
Product certification is a time and resource consuming task that is often required for new products. Delays in receiving product certifications and regulatory ...
http://components.about.com/od/DesignManufacturing/a/Designing-For-Product-Certification.htm
Which Food Products Cannot be Certified Organic? - About.com
Federal regulation requires mandatory pasteurization for all milk products intended for human consumption (21 CFR 1240.61). Thus USDA certified organic milk ...
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Certified Products - What Does "Certified" Mean? - Nursery and Kids
A product certification guarantees that a given product has met a specific set of standards put forth by the government, an independent interest group, or some ...
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Which Food Products Qualify for Organic Certification? - About.com
All sorts of chocolate products may be certified organic. From chocolate bars to chocolate powder to baking chocolate, a large array of certified organic chocolate  ...
http://organic.about.com/od/organicindustrybasics/tp/Which-Food-Products-Qualify-For-Organic-Certification.01.htm
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