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National Organic Program
International Trade Policies: Israel  
The United States has a recognition agreement with Israel. Recognition agreements allow a foreign government to accredit certifying agents in that country to the USDA organic standards. These foreign certifying agents are authorized to certify organic farms and processing facilities, ensuring that USDA organic products meet or exceed all USDA organic standards. These products can then imported for sale in the United States.

Scope. This agreement covers all USDA organic products produced in Israel and certified by a Israeli-accredited certifying agent.

Production Requirements. USDA organic regulations

Documentation. Standard United States import documentation

Labeling. Products produced under the agreement must meet all USDA organic labeling requirements. USDA Organic Seal

Contact Information
Plant Protection and Inspection Services
Administration for Accreditation of Conformity Assessment Bodies of Agricultural Produce
Contact: Mrs. Miriam Freund, Director
Phone: 972-3-9681500 |


Certifying Agents Through Recognition Agreement

Agrior Ltd.
P.O. Box 78
Bet-Dagan, Israel 50250
Contact: Miriam Amrani
Phone: +972-3-9681526
Fax: +972-3-9681533

Secal Israel Inspection and Certification
P.O. Box 5027 Kiryat Bialik
Contact: Udi Gabai
Phone: +972-4-8758400
Fax: +972-8746517

Institute of Quality and Control (IQC) Ltd.
6 Ravnitzky St., Shoham House, I.Z. Segula
49277 Petach-Tikva
Contact: Rafi Gamson
Phone: +972-3-9313555
Fax: +972-3-9044406

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  Last Modified Date: 05/04/2015