From Mega-Trend to Mainstream

organic cheeseOrganic food production is a heavily regulated industry that defines foods produced by methods with no synthetic inputs such as pesticides, chemical fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, irradiation, industrial solvents or chemical food additives. To market foods as “organic,” many countries, including the U.S., E.U., Canada and Japan, require special certification of organic food producers to assure consumers that consistent standards are met.

Organic production in the U.S. is managed in accordance with the Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA) of 1990. For labeling, Federal legislation defines three levels of organic foods with more than one ingredient—100%, 95%, and 70%. Varying rules apply on the use of the organic seals of the USDA and certifying agencies.

DairiConcepts is a leader in the production of formulated organic dairy ingredients, with major manufacturing plants certified by Oregon Tilth.

What We Offer

Organic Specialty Powders
Organic Amplifi™ Concentrates
Organic Hard Italian Cheese by special request. Contact your sales director.

Relevant Articles and Websites

“US Organic Retail Sales Worth $35bn in 2013″ – (March 2014)

“Organic Food in the US to be Tested Periodically” IFT (November 2012)

“Organic Foods: Are They Safer? More Nutritious?” – Mayo Clinic

“Organic Food” – Wikipedia

“Organic Guide: Certification and Labeling in the United States”