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Organic Certification > Canada (7)

http://www.cocert.ca/ Canadian Organic Certification Co-Operative Ltd.
The COCC provides certification services for organic crops and livestock in accordance with product certification guidelines based on ISO/IEC Guide 65.
http://www.cocert.ca/
http://www.csi-ics.com/ Canadian Seed Institute - Centre for Systems Integration
Centre for Systems Integration - a full service company to the Canadian organic industry. We offer organic and HACCP certification as well as ISO registration as services to our clients. The Canadian Seed Institute provides auditing services to the seed industry.
http://www.csi-ics.com/
http://www.certifiedorganic.bc.ca/ COABC - Certified Organic Associations of BC
The Certified Organic Associations of BC (COABC) is the only government-approved body responsible for overseeing the BC Certified Organic Program. The COABC is designated to implement the program under the Food Choice and Disclosure Act.
http://www.certifiedorganic.bc.ca/
http://www.fvopa.ca/ FVOPA
FVOPA provides certification services for the Province of British Columbia , however, FVOPA may provide certification services to other regions in Canada and the United States , as requested. FVOPA is a certifier of organic products for farms, processors, handlers, retailers, and restaurateurs.
http://www.fvopa.ca/
http://www.garantiebio-ecocert.qc.ca/ GarantieBio
Today, when you buy a product that's certified organic by GarantieBio-Ecocert, we guaranteed that production and marketing rules and regulations for organic agricultural products have been respected throughout the entire manufacturing process. GarantieBio-Ecocert does on-site inspections in order to guarantee that specific standards for organic agriculture are respected.
http://www.garantiebio-ecocert.qc.ca/
http://www.opam.mb.ca/ Organic Producers Association of Manitoba
Over a decade after its conception, OPAM has retained its grass-roots heritage and remains dedicated to serving the individual needs of its members. While membership numbers have increased, and the area served has expanded to include Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the United States, OPAM has not lost sight of the most valuable resource in organic agriculture – the individual committed to the organic ‘way of life’.
http://www.opam.mb.ca/
http://www.qmi.com/ QMI
QMI is a leading source for ISO and other management systems registration.
http://www.qmi.com/

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