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Organic certification Olive Oil

Posted at May 3, 2011 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment

Organic olive oil is certified extra virgin high quality olive oil that will ensure the best flavor and quality. This olive oil is produced from organically grown olives and people always keep this olive oil in their first choice. Organic olive oil is the smoothest and light olive oil among all the produced olive oil in Spain. In recent days, sauces and vegetables pastas have become very popular dishes. Adding aroma and flavor will increase the attractiveness and this olive oil will be the best choice for you. Conventional olive oil is always available at lower price than this olive oil. But this olive oil is prevailing with its distinctive appeal.

For producing high quality organic olive oil, you must tend the trees exactly. In the traditional producing method, the olive trees are reared for extracting the organic olive oil. The blending and milling stage is the most critical stage, where the quality of this olive oil can be affected. At the optimum ripeness, these olives are collected by and put in the sustainable method. Only healthy and favorable olives are allowed to take in this olive oil production. If the customers of olive oil are first time to taste this olive oil, they must confess that this olive oil is the best oil they have ever tasted.

All the olive oils available in the market are not exactly true olive oil. Authentic organic olive oil will be the secured choice for the customers. Genuine organic olive oil is called liquid gold and the taste of chop onion as well as vinegar will be added to the food taste. When this olive oil is drizzled over any meal, you will get it yummy and aromatic. Delicious and peppery tasted food items are preferred to almost all kinds of people. This olive oil is smooth and balance in taste as well as in fragrance.

Organic certification in the world

Europe: EU countries acquired comprehensive organic legislation with the implementation of the EU-Eco-regulation 1992. Supervision of certification bodies is handled on the national level
USA: federal legislation certify organic products with the USDA Organic seal
Canada: certification was implemented at the federal level on June 30, 2009. Mandatory certification is required for agricultural products represented as organic in import, export and inter-provincial trade, or that bear the federal organic logo.
Belgium, a similar process is being used where certification of the “Biogarantie” label is overseen by the public “Association sans but lucratif” (ASBL) administration.

Czech Republic: Following private bodies certify organic produce: KEZ, o. p. s. (CZ-BIO-001), ABCert, AG (CZ-BIO-002) and BIOCONT CZ, s. r. o. (CZ-BIO-003).

France, organic certification was introduced in 1985. It has established a green-white logo of “AB – agriculture biologique”. The certification for the AB label fulfills the EU regulations for organic food.

Germany the national label was introduced in September 2001 following in the footsteps of the political campaign of “Agrarwende” (agricultural major shift)  The national “Bio”-label in its hexagon green-black-white shape has gained wide popularity. The popularity of the label is extending to neighbouring countries like Austria, Switzerland and France.

Greece, organic certification is available from eight (8) organizations approved by EU. The major of them are BIOHELLAS and the DIO (Greek: Οργανισμός Ελέγχου και Πιστοποίησης Βιολογικών Προϊόντων – ΔΗΩ)

Ireland:, organic certification is available from the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association, Demeter Standards Ltd. and Organic Trust Ltd.

Sweden, organic certification is handled by the organisation KRAV (agriculture) with members such as farmers, processors, trade and also consumer, environmental and animal welfare interests.

United Kingdom, organic certification is handled by a number of organizations, regulated by The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), of which the largest are the Soil Association and Organic Farmers and Growers.

In other countries

In Japan, the Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS) was fully implemented as law in April 2001. This was revised in November 2005 and all JAS certifiers were required to be re-accredited by the Ministry of Agriculture.

In Australia, the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS) is the controlling body for organic export certification. As of 2012, there are seven AQIS-approved certifying organisations, they are AUS-QUAL Limited, Australian Certified Organic