REGISTRATIONS

REACH: Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals 
Behind the abbreviation REACH is an EU chemicals ordinance, which entered into force on 1 July 2017. REACH stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals, i.e. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals. It applies to all chemical substances that are produced in the EU or imported into the EU in quantities of one tonne per year. Our REACH-registered products are found on our website under the menu item Information, or here Reach Products. 



OMRI: Organic Materials Review Institute
It is a non-governmental organization for the testing of organic raw materials used in the production of organic or biological goods. In order to use the OMRI label, producers have to demonstrate compliance with strict OMRI standards. Read more about OMRI.


IMO: The Institute for Market Ecology 
is an internationally recognized, independent control organization for the certification of environmentally friendly products, organic agriculture and management systems. The IMO Group comprises subsidiaries and representatives in over 20 countries worldwide. IMO is an official control and certification body according to EN 45011 (ISO 65), the European Eco-Regulation (EEC No 2092/91), the National Organic Program (NOP) and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is accredited. imo control.



FiBL: The Research Institute for Organic Agriculture
FiBL- is one of the world's leading research institutions for organic agriculture with locations in Switzerland, Germany and Austria. FiBL pursues an interdisciplinary approach and works closely with farmers and the food industry to make solution-oriented development projects and a rapid transfer of knowledge possible. You can find our FiBL-registered products individually on our product pages. Find out more about FiBL.



BCS Öko-Garantie:
Certification of organic products
Good agricultural practice and the ecologically sustainable production of crops and rearing of animals will ensure your long-term success. Just as consumer demands for higher-quality foodstuffs and for greater availability are set to increase across the world, so too will the need for a conscientious approach to our natural resources. BCS


GMP+ FSA certification
The GMP+ Feed Certification scheme was initiated and developed in 1992 by the Dutch feed industry in response to various more or less serious incidents involving contamination in feed materials. Although it started as a national scheme, it has developed to become an international scheme that is managed by GMP+ International in collaboration with various international stakeholders. 

Even though the GMP + Feed Certification scheme originated from a feed safety perspective, in 2013 the first responsibility standard feed has published leg. For this purpose, two modules are created: GMP + Feed Safety Assurance (focussed on feed safety) and GMP + Feed Responsibility Assurance (focussed on responsible feed). GMP+