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It is to our notice that certain companies/exporters are making forged certificates in our name for their business.  The buyers beware of this fact and make necessary clarifications with us before entering into companies who are using certification in our name.  We are not responsible for any transactions on the basis of such forged certificates.
Please take notice that legal action will be taken against companies found making/using such forged certificates. 

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   Processing & Trade


 
 
Processing certification is necessary whenever an organic product is processed in some way or other, and needs to be labeled for marketing as organic. The processing may be an operation, as simple as drying or it may be as complicated as in the case of a multi-ingredient food product that undergoes different stages of processing before it becomes the finished product.  
If a farmer is processing only his own certified raw materials, at his own processing unit, it can be considered as on-farm processing. If he/she is processing at an outside processing unit, or adding other ingredients to his certified produce, or processing other 'non certified produce' at his own processing unit, it is referred as off-farm processing. Both on-farm and off-farm processing must be subjected to inspection by the certification body, in order to be labeled and marketed as "organic".
  Click here to download procedure for certification: Procedure for Organic Certification