Organic Certification for Professional organic producers, processors and distributors
If you are interested in converting your holding to organic production or in processing, retailing or distributing a product to be labelled as ‘organic’, then follow this link for 5 easy steps and your application will be underway.
The Organic Trust is the centre of excellence when it comes to organic inspection and certification in Ireland. The very broad range of organic technical expertise available within our organisation is at your service.
The Department of Agriculture, Food & The Marine offers a range of financial incentives to assist those interested in getting involved in organic production. In addition capital grants are available for the purchase of specific equipment
The Organic Trust is the organic certification body of choice for the professional organic producer which is why the Organic Trust logo features on the bulk of Irish-produced organic products in Ireland. Go to the About Us section to find out more..
If you are interested in having your farm approved as an Organic Demonstration Farm for the 2017/2018 Organic Demonstration Farm Walk Program which will run from Autumn 2017 to Summer 2018, you need to act IMMEDIATELY!
We are delighted to inform Organic Trust licensees of the free Organic Mentoring currently being offered to organic businesses by Bord Bia. This mentoring is available from July to October 2017 subject to availability.
The Organic Unit of DAFM have now approved the use of a copper-based fungicide in organic production in Ireland for the control of plant pests and diseases.
The on-line booking for the next round of the Teagasc 25 hour Fetac Level 5 Introduction to Organic Production Courses is now available.
The Organic Trust was founded in Ireland in 1991 by a core group of dedicated organic producers including some of the pioneers of organic production in Ireland. The Trust was established as a voluntary non-profit making organisation to provide a credible system of organic inspection & certification on which the consumer can depend. The overall aim or mission of the organisation is to maintain the integrity of food labelled as 'organic' and to assure the consumer that organic food carrying the Organic Trust logo was produced in compliance with strict organic standards. High standards of organic production and an inspection system built on a very detailed knowledge of organic production are the pillars of the Organic Trust.