Organic Trust Ltd

Description

The Organic Trust Limited is an EU, Department of Agriculture & Food in Ireland and DEFRA-approved organic inspection and certification body - approval codes IRL-OIB3-EU and UK9. The organisation was founded by the pioneers of organic production in Ireland in 1991 and currently certifies the full remit of organic produce and products to include farmers, growers, processors, importers and distributors.

The Organic Trust logo has become synonymous with organic products of integrity and can be found on the bulk of Irish-produced organic produce and products. The Organic Trust offers a professional, user-friendly inspection and certification service for organic food and farm products in Ireland and provides farmers and processors with a valuable marketing tool. This symbol of organic quality appears on the vast majority of organic vegetables, meat and processed goods produced in Ireland and sold both at home and on an expanding export market. This internationally respected quality mark offers consumers an assurance of the integrity of organically grown produce and safeguards the interests of organic producers. Irish organic lamb, carrying the Organic Trust symbol, has been exported to Belgium, Holland, France and Denmark; vegetables have been exported to Britain; grain has, for some time, been exported to Germany and Holland and Irish organic wool from Organic Trust producers is used by Greenpeace for their sweaters and has been sent to the demanding Japanese market. Set up in 1991, the Organic Trust Limited is a not-for-profit organisation. It is a registered body, approved by the Department of Agriculture and Food in Ireland and by DEFRA UK - approval codes are IRL-OIB3-EU and organic certification UK9.

Contact

Tel: +353 1 853 0271
Email: organic@iol.ie
Web: www.organic-trust.org

Location

Vernon House,
2 Vernon Avenue, Clontarf,
Dublin, Dublin 3
Ireland
Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 25 July, 2012 - 12:52

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