What is the purpose of organic certifications?

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Organic agriculture has a series of distinctive characteristics. It is a production system that tries to maximize the resources of the farm, emphasizing the soil’s fertility and biological activity, while minimizing the use of non-renewable resources and avoiding the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides to protect the environment and human health. 

Before investigating the purpose of organic certifications, we must know exactly what they are.  

An organic certification is a control process carried out by different companies to verify both inputs and organic agricultural productions, thus controlling compliance with all established standards. 

They have a clear purpose, which is to ensure the quality of organic products. 

Our business group is supported by a total of 29 certifiers; over180 products with organic certification, a broad portfolio of which some of our outstanding products are: Bombardier, Batallon, Rhyzo, Chaos XT, Bioalgax, Spartan, Humicrop, Tundamix EDTA, Bastion HighTech, Katon Nature, Mangazinc Plus, and Greencrop. 

We are committed to the quality of our solutions and the production processes we use, as well as the environment.  

Kimitec Group has organic certifications issued by the most rigorous certifiers worldwide targeted for the most demanding markets (USA, Japan, Australia, Europe, Chile, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Portugal) and issued by 16 certifiers, such as KIWA BCS, ECOCERT, Control Union, and SOHISCERT. 

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