In 1991, in the context of EU farm policy reform, the European Council of Agricultural Ministers adopted Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 on organic farming and the labelling of organic farm produce and foods.
In 2007 the European Council of Agricultural Ministers agreed on a new Council Regulation (Council Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007) setting out the principles, aims and overarching rules of organic production and defining how organic products were to be labelled. Regulation 834/2007 was issued on 28 June 2007. This new regulation was enacted on 1 July 2012. The Commission also issued a regulation for the implementation of the new Regulation. Commission Regulation (EC) No 889/2008 of 5 September 2008 is the detailed requirements for organic farming and animal husbandry. And Commission Regulation (EC) No 1235/2008 of 8 December 2008 laying down detailed rules for implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 as regards the arrangements for imports of organic products from third countries.
ACT has been recognized as an organic certification body for the purpose of equivalence and relevant specifications referred to in article 10 of Regulation (EC) no.1235/2008 by the European Commission since October 2011
ACT can provide certification services within the scope of crop cultivation. Harvesting of wild and natural products And processing and production management.
Entrepreneurs who apply for certification in this system. Once approved The EU organic label (below) can be used on the product.
The standard of organic certification in the European Union is based on the document “ACT Organic standard”. Equal to the European Union organic standards. Instead of using the EU organic standards directly. Download Standard Document [download]