International Organic Accreditation Service

Founding Year: 1997

Staff: 14

Budget:  $ 1 m

David Crucefix (Executive Director)

Is a nonprofit organization “established by IFOAM – Organics International to develop the means of providing the first independent, organic and sustainable assessment and accreditation service.”  It strives to “help build trust and market confidence in order to further the growth of organic and sustainable markets.” Furthermore, it “encourages the development of organic and ecologically-sound methods of production, which respect the environment and the rights and welfare of everyone all over the world.”

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International Organic Accreditation Service contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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