Chiangmai Organics
The raw materials for further production of Chiangmai Organics is certified organic by global standard organization. That is recognized on a global or international Bio Agricert and USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) so it is truly chemical-free soap.

This is the area from the plant material must be free from chemicals for at least 3-5 years to grow a natural way. Use of genetically modified seeds (GMOs) and the production of certified organic standard. Department of Agriculture Or foreign entities. And all stages of production, raw materials must be free of the chemical involved is strictly prohibited. To confirm that the raw materials the company. Be used to produce the product must be certified to the standards. "Organic" (ORGANIC) the source of raw material suppliers (Supplier) must be certified. (Certificate) from the secure and recognized in the Asian market. Europe and America. As mentioned above, is shown to the company.

And the same. Every step of the manufacturing process of the company. I have to get a certification from the international organization. The standards and processes that must be free from substances prohibited by the rules and regulations of the organization. This confirms that the system of production will not affect the ecosystem. And biodiversity. The cause of lasting security for both the male consumer and the environment because the company did not provide the organization. I certify our products. The operation of the plant, so that. All products are produced from the plant will be certified automatically.

USDA Organic and Bioagricert

The United States Department of Agriculture (informally the Agriculture Department or USDA) is the United States federal executive department responsible for developing and executing U.S. federal government policy on farming, agriculture, and food.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has established an organic certification program that requires all organic foods to meet strict government standards. These standards regulate how such foods are grown, handled and processed. Any farmer or food manufacturer who labels and sells a product as organic must be USDA certified as meeting these standards. Only producers who sell less than $5,000 a year in organic foods are exempt from this certification.

Products certified 95 percent or more organic display this USDA sticker. If a food bears a USDA Organic label, it means it's produced and processed according to the USDA standards and that at least 95 percent of the food's ingredients are organically produced. The seal is voluntary, but many organic producers use it.

Products that are completely organic — such as fruits, vegetables, eggs or other single- ingredient foods — are labeled 100 percent organic and can carry a small USDA seal. Foods that have more than one ingredient, such as breakfast cereal, can use the USDA organic seal or the following wording on their package labels, depending on the number of organic ingredients:

  • 100 percent organic. Products that are completely organic or made of all organic ingredients.
  • Organic. Products that are at least 95 percent organic.
  • Made with organic ingredients. These are products that contain at least 70 percent organic ingredients. The organic seal can't be used on these packages.

Foods containing less than 70 percent organic ingredients can't use the organic seal or the word "organic" on their product label. They can include the organic items in their ingredient list, however.

You may see other terms on food labels, such as "all-natural," "free-range" or "hormone-free." These descriptions may be important to you, but don't confuse them with the term "organic." Only those foods that are grown and processed according to USDA organic standards can be labeled organic.

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Bioagricert srl - Certification Body of organic productions and other no food sectors.

Bioagricert is an independent control and certification body operating internationally (Italy and East Europe, Latin America, South East Asia, Mediterranean Countries) but based in Bologna, Italy. It started its activity with the name of Bioagricoop scrl, a no profit organisation born in 1984 as a cooperative to contribute actively to spread innovations in bio organic agriculture at national and international level. In 2002 Bioagricoop established “Bioagricert” as its own organic guarantee mark for organic certified products and delivered all certification and inspection activities to it. Bioagricoop was first accredited by the IFOAM Accreditation Programme in 1996 and this accreditation has been transferred to Bioagricert.

Bioagricert is a co-operative company with limited liability that carries out inspection, certification and quality control in organic agriculture. Within Italy Bioagricert has a regional presence in 10 locations but all certification decisions are taken centrally by the main seat located in Bologna.

A four person Board of Directors is democratically elected by the co-operative members and this Board is responsible for the company policy.

Bioagricert activity is controlled by a Certification Directive Committee (CDC) who oversees the certification process and the decisions taken by Bioagricert. The CDC is composed by representatives of farming associations, organic farmer associations, consumers, scientific community members and the co-operative representative.

Bioagricert employs over 100 people with a wide range of expertises, 25 of which work at the headquarters in Casalecchio di Reno (Bologna) which is the hub of its operation world-wide.

One of Bioagricert's recent innovations to smooth the inspection and certification process is its 'Transparent-Check' software, which is available to its operators. This improves procedures and checks both inside the company and for exchange of information with buyers.

Bioagricert services include IFOAM standards and many other European and International standards (GLOBALGAP, NOP-USDA, JAS, BIOSUISSE, AB, CAAQ, BRC, IFS etc.).

Bioagricert certification activity covers organic crop production, processing and handling and also other no food sectors.

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The Main Difference Between "Organic Soap" and Regular Soap
Normal Soap Beauty Soap Natural Soap Organic Soap
Produced from Processed Vegetable oil or Animal fat Produced from Processed Vegetable oil or Animal fat Produced from Processed Vegetable oil Produced from Organic Cold Processed Vegetable oil
Produced from soap Chip which Glycerin were separated Produced from soap Chip which Glycerin were Separated add glycerin in The final process, making Its price is expensive Glycerin still be in the Soap, it makes be mind Glycerin still be in the Soap, it makes soap be very mind
Add synthetic detergent Add synthetic detergent No synthetic detergent No synthetic detergent
Used synthetic Color and fragrance Used synthetic Color and fragrance May use synthetic fragrance and may add herbs Use Organic Pure Essential Oil and may Add Organic herbs
Sometime may be Irritate skin and residual in the body Sometime may be Irritate skin and residual in the body Safe for health Safe for health
Degradable in the environment Degradable in the environment Degradable in the environment Degradable in the environment
Soap will not be rancid Soap will not be rancid Soap might be hard and will be rancid and change color when time pass Soap is soft and will not be rancid
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