Organic means produce and other organic ingredients in retail products are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms or ionizing radiation. Animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs and dairy products are not given antibiotics or growth hormones…Read more
QAI is committed to supporting vibrant communities and protecting our environment by providing access to organic food and products.
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We have multiple certified facilities across North America and export our products around the world. QAI has demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of global organic regulations and has been a great resource for our company.
The QAI team has been wonderful to work with... It’s been seamless to certify new products and get them from concept to consumer as efficiently and timely as possible.
For companies navigating the ever-evolving organic space, it’s incredibly helpful to have a trusted partner like QAI. They clearly understand our brand’s strategic objectives from a regulatory standpoint and that’s made all the difference.
When you support the organic industry, you help the environment by reducing the use of synthetic chemicals. Chemicals used in conventional food production often leach back into the surrounding environment. By using more natural practices, organic production protects wildlife, promotes biodiversity and helps to maintain and improve native ecosystem…Read more
Our new SOE toolkit has been designed to support organizations across the organic supply chain to understand and comply with the SOE Rule.Learn more
If you’re a broker, trader or importer of organic products, the Strengthening Organic Enforcement proposed rule may require your business to become certified organic.Learn more
In December 2020, the Canadian General Standards Board revised its organic standard (CAN/CGSB 32.310-2020) and the Permitted Substances Lists or PSL (32.311-2020).Learn more
At the end of October, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) convened for its biannual meeting to discuss and vote on National List material sunset reviews, petitions to add and remove materials from the National List, and discussion documents.Learn more