National Organic Program Labeling 2017-05-19T15:24:41+00:00

National Organic Program Labeling

Though not obligatory, many companies find it useful to show on their product label that they meet the requirements for use in organic agriculture under the National Organic Program. Typically this is to help growers and persons certifying organic production to better identify these types of products. Because EPA must approve all labels on all pesticide products, label claims about organic composition of a product, and label claims about use for organic production fall under EPA review. To use the claim “for organic production” (or something similar within EPA’s labeling limitations) on a label, a registrant must meet certain criteria for product composition and use, food use, and alternate formulations. Delta can assist new and current registrants in reviewing their labels to ensure the product meets requirements.

Learn more from the EPA about labeling of pesticide products under the National Organic Program (NOP).

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