Organic agriculture produces products using methods that preserve the environment and avoid most synthetic materials, such as pesticides and antibiotics. USDA organic standards describe how farmers grow crops and raise livestock and which materials they may use.

Organic farmers, ranchers, and food processors follow a defined set of standards to produce organic food and fiber. Congress described general organic principles in the Organic Foods Production Act, and the USDA defines specific organic standards. These standards cover the product from farm to table, including soil and water quality, pest control, livestock practices, and rules for food additives.


Also pronounce kosher. It comes from Hebrew and means Fittingly, Allowed. Kosher food means that it can be consumed by all those who observe kosher dietary laws – which are based in the Bible.


Offers the certification of your activities according to (EC) Regulations 834/2007, 889/2008 and 1235/2008 relative to organic farming in the European Union. These regulations cover:

  • Processed and unprocessed plant products, farm animals and their products intended for human consumption.
  • Other unprocessed plant products.
  • Processed and unprocessed plants and nutritional supplements intended for cattle or aquaculture

Star-K Kosher

The Jewish religion incorporates within its tenets a regimen of dietary laws. These laws determine which foods are acceptable and conform to the Jewish Code. The word kosher is an adaptation of the Hebrew word meaning “fit” or “proper.” It refers to foodstuffs that meet the dietary requirements of Jewish Law. Market studies repeatedly indicate that even the non-Jewish consumer, when given the choice, will express a distinct preference for kosher certified products. They regard the kosher symbol as a sign of quality.