31 Turbine Way
EcoTech Business Park
Tel: +44 (0)1760 720444
Fax: +44 (0)1760 720790
The Organic Food Federation was established in 1986 and is now one of the
UK’s leading certification bodies operating nationally in all areas of
The Federation (operating under the code GB-ORG-04) provides a professional and personal service to a wide range of registrants.
We are UKAS accredited to EN45011.
Through our partners we are also able to offer BRC certification.
We are also authorised to carry out NOP (National Organic Program) audits to the requirements of the United States Department of Agriculture and private standard audits as required.
Our inspectors are highly qualified within their field and are all licensed by Defra.
All sectors of organic activity from across the UK and EU benefit from our inspection and certification service enabling trade without barrier.
Our professional and helpful team work from offices situated in an environmental business park in Norfolk.
THE ORGANIC CERTIFICATION BODY THAT DOES NOT CHARGE ON TURNOVER
Once certified by the Organic Food Federation you will be able to
demonstrate that your product is produced in accordance with our organic
standards which comply with the European organic regulation. This enables
our operators to compete within the European marketplace on the basis of a
level playing field.
Our certification scheme is open to all applicants and our individual quotation system ensures a fair price for inspection and certification with no hidden charges. We do not charge on turnover.
Our friendly staff can help you with searches for specific products which can be difficult to source without specialist knowledge.
The phones are answered from 09.00 to 17.30 in person. We do not have an automated telephone system which we recognise as being exceedingly irritating.
We provide opportunities for links to our website and also showcase our operators at organic and other trade shows.
Our website contains updates on standard changes; information from Defra and latest news from the organic sector