Rs 910.181 Order Of 22 September 1997 On Organic Farming Eaer

Original Language Title: RS 910.181 Ordonnance du DEFR du 22 septembre 1997 sur l’agriculture biologique

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910.181 order of the EAER on organic farming on 22 September 1997 (Status January 1, 2016) the federal Department of the economy, training and research (Davis), view the art. 11, al. 2, 12, al. 2, 13, al. 3, 15, al. 2, 16A, al. 1 and 2, 16 h, 16 k, al. 1, 16n, al. 1, 17, al. 2, 23, 24a, 30 d, al. 3, and 33, art. 3, of the Ordinance of 22 September 1997 on organic farming, in agreement with the federal Department of the Interior, stop: Section 1 provisions general art. 1Produits plant protection plant protection products listed in annex 1 are allowed in organic farming.

New content according to section I of the O of the Nov. 25 EAER. 2002, in force since Jan. 1. 2003 (RO 2002 4292).

Art. 2 fertilizer fertilizers and products assimilated to fertilizers listed in annex 2 are allowed in organic farming.

New expression by clause I of O of the Davis on March 13, 2001, in effect since Apr. 1. 2001 (RO 2001-1322). This mod has been taken throughout the text.

Art. 3Utilisation of the products and substances referred to in art. 16j, al. 2, let. b and c of the Ordinance on organic agriculture for food processing can be used for the transformation of foodstuffs except yeast and wine: a. the products and substances referred to in annex 3; b. the mix of microorganisms and enzymes normally used in the manufacture of food; the enzymes it is planned to use as food additives should be mentioned in annex 3, part A; c. the products and substances referred to in annex 3, no. 27, let. b and c, of the order of the DFI of 23 November 2005 on the labelling and advertising of foodstuffs (OEDAl), and called "natural flavors" or extracts of natural aromas in accordance with art. 6, al. 8, OEDAl; d. drinking water and salts (primarily at base of chloride of sodium or potassium chloride) used in the transformation of foodstuffs; (e) minerals, including trace elements, vitamins, amino acids and micronutrients, if their use in foodstuffs in which they are incorporated is required by law.

For the purposes of calculating the percentage referred to in art. 18, al. 1, let. b, of the Ordinance on organic farming: a. food additives listed in annex 3, part A and marked with an asterisk in the column in the code of the additive are regarded as ingredients of agricultural origin; b. preparations and substances referred to in para. 1, let. b to e, as well as the substances referred to in annex 3, part and not marked with an asterisk in the column in the code of the additive are not considered as ingredients of agricultural origin.

The provisions of the legislation on foodstuffs are reserved.

New content according to section I of the O of the EAER from 18 nov. 2009, in force since Jan. 1. 2010 (2009 6337 RO).
New content according to section I of the O of the Davis of 31 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).
New content according to section I of the O of the Davis of 31 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in effect since July 1. 2014 (2014 1589 RO).
SR 817.022.21 art. 3aUtilisation of the products and substances referred to in art. 16j, al. 2, let. b and c of the Ordinance on organic farming to the transformation of yeast can be used for the production, manufacturing, and the development of organic yeast: a. the substances referred to in annex 3A; b. products and substances referred to in art. 3, al. 1, let. b and d.

The addition to the substrate (calculated in dry matter) excerpt or autolysate of non-biological yeast to 5% is allowed for the production of organic yeast, where it is proved that the extract or the resulting yeast autolysate of organic production is not available.

Introduced by section I of O of the Nov. 18 EAER. 2009, in force since Jan. 1. 2010 (2009 6337 RO).
New content according to section I of the O of the Davis of 31 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).
New content according to section I of the O of the Davis of 31 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).

Art. 3bUtilisation of the products and substances referred to in art. 16j, al. 2, let. b and c of the Ordinance on organic farming for the production of wine products and substances referred to in annex 3B, part A, can be used for the development of organic wine.

Introduced by section I of O of the Davis of oct 31. 2012 (2012 6357 RO). New content according to section I of the O of the EAER from 29 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).

Art. 3cPratiques and treatment wine subject to paras. 2-4, are allowed the practices and oenological treatments admitted according to annex 2 of the order of the DFI on November 29, 2013 on alcoholic beverages (OBAlc).
The following oenological treatments and practices are allowed only on the following conditions: a. the temperature of the heat treatment referred to in Schedule 2, n 2, OBAlc must not exceed 70 ° C; b. the size of pores in the case of centrifugation or filtration with or without adjuvant of inert filtration referred to in Appendix 2, no. 3, OBAlc must not be less than 0.2 micrometer.

The following oenological treatments and practices are prohibited: a. partial concentration by Annex 2, Appendix 14, let cold. B, no. 1, let. c, OBAlc; (b) elimination of sulphur dioxide by physical processes referred to in annex 2, no. 8, OBAlc; c. treatment by electrodialysis for the tartaric stabilisation of the wine referred to in Appendix 2, no. 34, OBAlc; d. partial dealcoholisation of the wines according to annex 2, n 38, OBAlc; e. treatment at interchanges of cations to ensure the tartaric stabilisation of the wine according to annex 2 No. 41, OBAlc.

The practices and treatments oenological which are allowed by the DFI in annex 2 OBAlc after January 1, 2014 cannot be implemented only after having been registered in annex 3B, part B, of the present order.

Introduced by section I of O of the Davis of oct 31. 2012 (2012 6357 RO). New content according to section I of the O of the EAER from 29 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).
RS 817.022.110 OBAlc is not an official abbreviation; It is used in this order.

Art. 4 list of countries organic products from countries listed in annex 4 with the necessary specifications may be marketed with the designation for organic farming.

Art. 4aExigences own gender in organic livestock care according to annex 5 provisions are applicable for it relates to the specific requirements of the kind organic livestock care.
The requirements for the course and area to outdoor climate, as well as other characteristics related to the accommodation of the various species of animals, are laid down in annex 6.

Introduced by chapter I of O of the Davis on August 23, 2000, in force since Jan. 1. 2001 (RO 2000 2508).

Art. 4aAdditifs for animal feed, processing AIDS and prohibited processing methods are prohibited additives for animal feed and the following AIDS: a. genetically modified organisms (GMOs); b. pacemakers performance antimicrobials; c. additives for prevention of coccidiosis and the blackhead; d. amino acids and their salts, as well as similar products; e. compound nitrogen no protein (compounds NPN); f. substances and processing methods that could mislead about the true nature of the product.

When no natural source is available and the additives are indispensable to a composition of rations in accordance with the needs, of synthetic chemicals can exceptionally be used.
Extraction by organic solvents (except for ethanol), the solidification of fat and refining by means of a chemical treatment are prohibited.

Introduced by section I of O of the Davis of oct 31. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).

Art. 4bUtilisation of raw animal feedingstuffs and additives for animal feed for the food processing organic for animals and feeding the animals raised according to the requirements of this order, only can be used the following products: a. materials first feed, organic form; (b) raw pet food and additives for animal feed according to annex 7 part A, ch. 1, and part B; (c) raw pet food, a non-biological form according to annex 7, part A, ch. 2, as long as they have been produced or prepared without the use of a chemical solvent; d. spices, aromatic herbs, and molasses, a non-biological form, provided: 1 that they are unavailable in organic form 2. they have been produced or prepared without the use of a chemical solvent, et3. that their incorporation is limited to 1% of the total annual food ration of each category of animals; This figure is calculated as a percentage of dry matter of feedingstuffs of agricultural origin;

e. raw material of feedingstuffs of animal origin, a biological form; f. products fishing respecting the principle of sustainable use, provided:


1 they have been produced or prepared without recourse to a chemical solvent, 2. that they are only used for non herbivores animals, 3. that the fish protein hydrolysates are used only to young animals;

g. salt in the form of sea salt or salt gem mine's gross.

The provisions of the order of October 26, 2011 on pet food are reserved.

Introduced by chapter I of O of the August 23, 2000 (RO 2000 2508) EAER. New content according to section I of the O of the Davis of 31 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).
SR 916.307 art. 4cProduits cleaning and disinfection products for cleaning and disinfection according to schedule 8 are allowed in guard organic livestock.

Introduced by chapter I of O of the Davis on August 23, 2000, in force since Jan. 1. 2001 (RO 2000 2508).

Art. 4 d introduced by section I of O of the Davis 18 nov. 2009 (2009 6337 RO). Repealed by no I of O of the 27 oct EAER. 2010, with effect from Jan 1. 2011 (2010 5863 RO).

Art. 4eTransmission of data by certification bodies the previous year data should be transmitted to the federal Office for agriculture (FOAG) every year before 31 January.
Certification bodies transmit the data of the annual report referred to in art. 30 d, al. 3, of the Ordinance of 22 September 1997 on organic farming using the models in annex 12 of this order. The competent body of the cantonal food control may claim certification bodies the annual report on businesses in their canton.

Introduced by section I of O of the Oct. 29 EAER. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).

Section 2Exigences about beekeeping and beekeeping products art. 5 useful agricultural surface products of beekeeping operations with no useful agricultural surface can be referred to as organic products.

Art. 6 the whole principle a beekeeper operates several beekeeping units in the same area, they must meet all the requirements laid down in this order.
Beekeeping units can be used in places that do not meet the requirements laid down in art. 9, as long as the other provisions are respected. The products of these units cannot be sold under the designation of organic products.

Art. 7 conversion bee farms which themselves are converted to organic production can designate their products as organic products a year at the earliest after their conversion. Products may not be marketed with the reference to the organic production method.
The wax must be replaced, during the conversion period, in accordance with the requirements provided for in art. 16 art. 8 origin of the bees in the choice of breeds, to take into account the ability of adaptation of animals to the environment conditions, their vitality and their resistance to disease. Preference will be given to the European APIs mellifera species and their local ecotypes.
For the purposes of the renewal of membership, 10% per year of Queens and swarms do not meet the provisions of this order can be integrated into the biological unit, provided they be placed in hives whose rays or embossed waxes from biological units. In this case, there is no conversion period.
For the purposes of the performance tests referred to in art. 4 of the order of 14 November 2007 on the breeding, bees which do not come from organic farms can be held in the organic farm, if they be placed in hives whose rays or embossed waxes from biological units. In this case, there is no conversion period.
In the case of mortality caused by diseases or disasters, it is possible, after written approval of the certification body, to replenish the workforce by the purchase of traditional settlements, when colonies meet the requirements of this order are not available; the conversion of one year period is required in this case.

RS 916.310 introduced by section I of O of the Davis 27 oct. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5863 RO).
New content according to section I of the O of the Davis from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4895).

Art. 9 location of hives location of the hive must: a. be such that, within a radius of 3 km, nectar and pollen sources are made up essentially of crops grown according to organic mode and/or a spontaneous flora referred to in Chapter 2 of the Ordinance on organic farming, or even to cultures not in compliance with this order; maintenance of these must, however, be provided through methods compatible with the requirements of the required environmental benefits, i.e. having a minimal impact on the biological quality of apicoles.b products. be sufficiently distant from any source of pollution likely to affect the health of bees or contaminate bee products. The certification body sets measures to ensure compliance with these requirements. The provisions of this letter apply to regions without flowering or the sleep of the colonies.c period. ensure that the bees have sufficient natural sources of nectar, honeydew, pollen and water.

New content according to section I of the O of the EAER from 29 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).

Art. 10 registry of the locations the beekeeper provides a map to the appropriate scale, showing the location of the hives (information on the fields, field), the honey flow, the number of colonies, the warehouses for production and possibly the premises where certain processing and/or packaging operations are carried out to the certification body. If the Davis has not designated area or region referred to in art. 16 h, al. 3, of the Ordinance on organic farming, the operator provides documentation to the certification body and appropriate, including appropriate tests, if necessary, documents proving that the areas accessible to his colonies meet the conditions laid down in this order.
The certification body must be informed of the movements of the hives within a period agreed with him (e.g. registry migration).

New content according to section I of the O of the Davis from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4895).

Art. 11 registry of the colonies each colony should be entered in a register of the colonies, which provides information on: a. the location of the hive; (b) the identification of the colonies (under the O of 27 June 1995 on epizootic: control of number of bee colonies); c. artificial feeding; d. removal of the rays and mining operations.

RS 916.401 art. 12 power at the end of the production season, it must allow for sufficient reserves of honey and pollen hives for wintering in the brood cells.
The bee colony can be fueled artificially when the reserves by the latter are not sufficient. Artificial feeding must be incorporated from organic beekeeping honey, preferably from the same biological unit from.
It is possible to use, with the approval of the certification body for artificial feeding, sugar syrup or pasta with sugar produced biologically instead of honey from organic agriculture, especially when weather conditions causing the crystallization of honey so require (e.g. training of honey to melicitose).
The colony can be fed artificially only between the last honey harvest and 15 days before the start of the next nectar.
Should be included in the registry hives the following indications of artificial feeding: type of product, dates of use, quantities and colonies that have been fed this way.

New content according to section I of the O of the Davis from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4895).

Art. 13 prophylaxis prevention of diseases in beekeeping is based on: a. the choice of appropriate; b. resistant breeds some practices promoting good resistance to disease and the prevention of infections, such as regular rejuvenation of the colonies, the systematic control of the hives to detect anomalies in terms of health, control of the male brood in bees disinfection materials and equipment at regular intervals using the permitted in organic beekeeping products, listed in annex 8, the destruction of the material or contaminated sources, regular renewal waxes and stockpiling enough of pollen and honey in hives.

The use of chemical allopathic veterinary drugs of synthesis for preventive treatments is prohibited.

Art. 14 veterinary treatment sick and infected bee colonies should be dealt with immediately pursuant to the order of 27 June 1995 on epizootic. They must, if necessary, be transferred in isolation hives.

Can be administered that veterinary drugs approved by the Swiss Institute for therapeutic products. Make exception formic, lactic, acetic and oxalic acids as well as menthol, thymol, camphor, and the eucalyptol, used in the fight against varroasis.
Only can be used against diseases and epizootics of phytotherapiques and homeopathic products, unless these means do not allow to overcome a disease or a disease that threatens the existence of bee colonies. Synthetic chemical allopathic products can be used only on order and only if necessary.
When a treatment with allopathic products chemical synthesis, the colonies treated must be placed during the period of care, in isolation hives, and all the wax must be replaced by wax meets the provisions of this order. The conversion period of one year applies to these colonies. Are not covered by this provision to formic, lactic, acetic and oxalic acid treatment or menthol, thymol, the eucalyptol and used camphor against varroasis.
When veterinary drugs to be used, there are clearly noted the type of product (including active ingredients) as well as the details of the diagnosis, the dosage (dosage), mode of administration, the duration of the treatment and the legal waiting period; This information must be provided to the certification body, which rules on the marketing of these products as organic.
Moreover, apply the guidelines from the center of bee research of the Federal Research Station dairy related to the fight against the diseases of bees.
Are reserved veterinary care or treatment of settlements, of spokes, etc. prescribed by the legislation.

RS 916.401 art. 15 management breeding the destruction of bees in the rays for harvesting of beekeeping products is prohibited.
Any mutilation such as clipping the wings of Queens is prohibited. Is except clipping the wings of Queens for the purposes of the performance tests referred to in art. 4 of the order of 14 November 2007 on farming.
The elimination of the old Queens for the purpose of replacement is allowed. Will be used preferably of natural selection and multiplication process. Will be considered, in this case, the fever of swarming. The use of genetically modified bees is prohibited.
The elimination of the brood of the drones is allowed to control varroasis.
The use of repellents chemical synthesis is prohibited during honey extraction operations.
Please take special care to ensure an extraction, transformation and storage of bee products. All measures to meet this requirement will be recorded.
The withdrawal of the rays of honey and mining operations must be registered on the register of the hives.

RS 916.310 new content according to section I of the O of the October 27 EAER. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5863 RO).
New content according to section I of the O of the October 27 EAER. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5863 RO).

Art. 16 characteristics of hives and materials used in beekeeping beehives should consist basically of natural materials presenting no risk of contamination to the environment or to bee products.
With the exception of products to combat diseases and epidemics, only natural substances such as propolis, wax and plant oils can be used inside the hives.
Wax for new executives must come from organic units. The certification body may authorize the use of wax not produced in such units for new facilities or during the conversion period, when it is not possible to find on the market, after wax of the organic production method.
The use of shelves which contain a brood is prohibited for honey extraction.
Only the substances listed in annex 1 are authorized for protection of the equipment (frames, hives, rays) against harmful organisms.
The physical treatments, such as steam or direct flame are permitted.
Only the appropriate substances listed in annex 8 are allowed for the cleaning and disinfection of equipment, buildings, equipment and utensils or products used in beekeeping.

Section 2aCertificats of control for imports art. 16 issue of the certificate of control control certificate must be issued by: a. the authority or the certification body referred to in annex 4 for imports according to art. 23 of the order on organic farming; (b) the authority or the certification body of the exporter in the country of origin for imports according to art. 23a of the Ordinance on organic farming.

The authority or the certification body referred to in para. 1 must, before issuing the inspection certificate: a. check all documents to relevant control and the documents of transport and commercial papers relating to the product concerned; b. reviewing goods forming part of the consignment concerned or have received the exporter an explicit statement that the consignment concerned was produced and prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance or regulations organic (EC) n. 834/2007 of 28 June 2007 on board organic production and labelling of organic products and repealing Regulation (EEC) n. 2092/91.

The authority or the body confirmed the statement made under section 15 of the inspection certificate that the product concerned was produced in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance on organic farming or the EC regulation.


New content according to section I of the O of the October 28 EAER. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4519 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis on May 1, 2009, in force since July 1. 2009 (2009 2577 RO).
OJ L 189 of 20.7.2007, p.1; amended lastly by the R (EC) n 967/2008 Council of 29 seven. 2008, OJ L 264 of the 3.10.2008, p. 1.
New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis on May 1, 2009, in force since July 1. 2009 (2009 2577 RO).
Repealed by no I of O of the Davis of oct 31. with effect from Jan 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).

Art. 16b repealed by no I of O of the Davis from 28 oct. 2015, with effect from Jan 1. 2016 (2015 4519 RO).

Art. 16 c the control certificate inspection certificate requirements must be established in accordance with Annex 9, part A, or according to the model in annex V of Regulation (EC) n. 1235/2008 of the Commission of 8 December 2008 on the application of Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007 of the Council in relation to the regulation on the import of organic products from third countries. It must be written in German, french, Italian or English.
Changes made after the fact must be authenticated by the authority or the certification body issuing the certificate.
It is issued only one original control certificate. The first owner or the importer may establish a copy to inform the certification body. The term "Copy" or "Duplicate" must appear on all copies.

OJ L 334 of 12.12.2008, p. 25.
New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis on May 1, 2009, in force since July 1. 2009 (2009 2577 RO).

Art. 16 d Verification of the certificate control and sending for each shipment, the importer must present the inspection certificate to the certification body. It can market and prepare the shipment when the certification body reviewed the said shipment and filled in section 17 of the inspection certificate.
After reception of the shipment, the first owner confirmed the statement made under section 18 of the inspection certificate the shipment has been received according to annex 1, ch. 8.5 of the regulation on organic farming. He shall then forward the original to the importer mentioned in box 11 of the certificate of control. The importer shall keep the certificate of control for at least two years.

New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis of May 21, 2014, in effect since July 1. 2014 (2014 1589 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis on May 25, 2011, in effect since July 1. 2011 (2011 2369 RO).

Art. 16 Preparation of a shipment before the clearance if a shipment must be subject to one or more preparation (s) under art. 4, let. c of the Ordinance on organic farming, the procedure referred to in art. 16 d, al. 1, must be completed before the first preparation.

Art. 16F Subdivision of a shipment before the clearance if a shipment must be divided into several batches before customs clearance, the procedure referred to in art. 16 d, al. 1, must be completed before the subdivision.
The importer must present a certificate of partial control to its certification body for this subdivision from every.
The partial control certificate must be established in accordance with the indications in annex 9, part B.

The certifying body of the importer confirms, by the statement made under section 14, the partial inspection certificate refers to the inspection mentioned under heading 3 certificate.
A copy of each certificate of partial control must be kept by the importer with the original of the certificate of control. The term "Copy" or "Duplicate" must appear on the copy.
After subdivision, the original partial control certificates accompany the affected lots and are presented to the certification of the holder body.
After reception of a lot, the owner confirmed the statement made under section 15 of the certificate of partial control sending received according to annex 1, ch. 8.5 of the regulation on organic farming. He must keep the certificate of partial control for two years at least.

New content according to chapter I of O of the Davis on May 25, 2011, in effect since July 1. 2011 (2011 2369 RO).

Section 2bsysteme of information on seed and vegetative propagating material from the organic art. 16g record in the information system at the request of the supplier, the varieties there are seeds and from vegetative multiplication of organic material are recorded in the information system.
For registration, the buyer must: a. prove that himself or, if he does that sell seeds and prepackaged vegetative propagating material, the last company, has submitted (e) the control procedure referred to in section 5 of the Ordinance on organic farming; b. prove that seed or vegetative propagating material marketed meet the General requirements relevant; c. commit to make available all the information required in art. 4 pm and to update them at the request of the operator information system or when a refresh is required; d. undertake to immediately inform the operator of information system when one of the registered varieties is no longer available.

The information system operator may strike a record if the buyer does not meet the conditions laid down in para. 2 art. 4 p.m. recorded information each record must contain at least the following: a. the scientific name of the species and the designation of the variety b. the name of the buyer or his replacement as well as the indication to reach; c. the region where the supplier can deliver the seed or vegetative propagating material to the user within the usual time limits; (d) the country or region where the variety has been reviewed and approved for registration in the catalogue the varieties; (e) the date from which the seed or vegetative propagating material are available; f. the name and/or the code number of the service or the authority competent for the company in question.

Art. 16I list of seeds and propagating material available in sufficient quantity vegetative annex 10 includes a list of varieties or subgroups of varieties there, in Switzerland, a sufficient quantity of seeds and equipment from vegetative multiplication of organic farming and a number almost enough from varieties of organic. This list must be contained in the information system.

Art. 16j access to data users of seed or propagating material vegetative as well as the public should be able to access the data of the information system on the Internet.

Art. 16 k annual report information system operator must grasp all the notifications referred to in art. 13, art. 3, of the Ordinance on organic farming and transmit directions are related to the FOAG under the form of an annual report.
For each species concerned a notification according to art. 16 k, al. 1, the report should provide the following information: a. the scientific names of the species, the subgroup of the species and the variety designation; (b) the total number of notifications; (c) the total quantity of seed and vegetative propagating non-organic material which was used by holders of a certificate; d. chemical treatments prescribed for reasons relating to the health of the plants in accordance with art. 13, art. 6, of the Ordinance on organic farming.

Section 3Dispositions final art. 17 repealed by no V 16 of the O on August 22, 2007 relating to the formal update of federal law, with effect from Jan 1. 2008 (RO 2007 4477).

Art. 18entree into force this order comes into force on January 1, 1998.

Formerly art. 5. transitional provision of the amendment of November 2, 2006 transitional provision of the amendment of December 1, 2011 transitional provisions of the amendment of October 31, 2012 when pet food must be purchased to supplement the forage base of operation for non ruminants and that organic foods are not available in sufficient quantity, the purchase of non-organic protein-rich raw materials is authorized until 31 December 2015 , by mutual agreement with the certification body. The share of raw materials rich in proteins from biological culture can reach annually 5% in dry matter, total consumption for pigs and poultry. The raw feed according to annex 7, part, no. 2 are considered raw materials in non-organic protein for animals.
Pet food can be manufactured according to the current law until December 31, 2014.
Existing stocks on January 1, 2015, feed, manufactured according to the current law can be put into circulation until stocks run out and used for feeding the animals until the date limit of consumption.
The period referred to in para. 1 is extended until December 31, 2018.

Annex 1 (art. 1) authorized plant protection products 1. Biological measures and biotechnology - use of pheromones identical pheromone natural for insect control in the traps and/or distributors, e.g. technical confusion, pheromones of marking-use of repellents of plant and animal origin: apply only on the inedible parts of the plant and, in case of use of mutton fat, only if the material is not intended for feeding sheep or goats - use of repellents of mineral origin : siliceous sand, silicate of aluminum (caolin) - use of natural enemies such as the solitary wasps, predatory mites, predatory bugs, the Midge, beetles and nematodes-use of natural microorganisms and pathogens of insects (only organisms not genetically modified)-use of control mechanics as crop protection nets, barriers to slugs, plastic coated glue traps and slimy belts - use of substances made from natural microorganisms (only agencies not genetically modified): spinosad 2. Preparations against fungal diseases (fungicides) - Carbonate potassium - copper inorganic copper Preparations in the form of hydroxide, copper oxychloride, copper sulfate (tribasique) copper, cuprous, Bordeaux - 4 kg of metallic copper oxide at most per hectare and year-viticulture: 6 kg of copper wire at most per hectare and per year. 20 kg of metallic copper per hectare over a period of 5 years; the balance sheet is established from January 1, 2002 - (not from genetically modified organisms) lecithin - vegetable oils e.g. Mint, pine, caraway and fennel (also for the inhibition of germination) - hydroxide of calcium, only on fruit trees, including nurseries, to combat Nectria galligena-based sulphur-based SOAP-flour of mustard-Preparations made from clay 3. Preparations against pests (insecticides, acaricides, molluscicide) - extracted Azadirachtin from neem-iron Orthophosphate (III) - oil of paraffin-vegetable oils, e.g. of mint, pine, of Caraway and rapeseed-Pyrethrin extracted from Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium-pyrethroids (deltamethrin or lambdacyhalothrin), only for traps with specific baits; only against Bactrocera oleae and Ceratitis capitata - Wied from quassia-based sulphur-based SOAP-clay based 4 Preparations Preparations Preparations. Protection of sizes in fruit growing, viticulture, and in the cultivation of ornamental plants - waxes and oils - beeswax - Preparations made from clay - Preparations at lime base 5. Admixtures - Adjuvants used to increase efficiency (no synthetic chemicals) such as pine resin oil and oil of paraffin - hydrolyzed proteins, excluding gelatine, bait, only allowed in combination with other products applications appropriate to this list 6. Products to combat pests or diseases in buildings and facilities where animals are kept:-Rodenticides 7. Other substances - Ethylene:

-for the degreening of bananas, kiwis and persimmons, - to the degreening of citrus, only as part of a strategy to prevent the attacks of the fruit, - for floral induction of pineapple - fly, for the inhibition of germination of potatoes and onions;

-Laminarine: as an elicitor of the natural defence mechanisms of useful plants.

New content according to chapter II al. 1 o of the EAER from 29 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).

Status January 1, 2016 Schedule 2 (section 2) authorized fertilizer, preparations and substrates, fertilizers and preparations can be designated as biodynamic when they were produced according to the biodynamic farming.

Name Description; requirements for the composition; rules of use 1. Manure manure, liquid manure, crop residues, green manures, straw, mulch 2 other materials. Fertilizer trade and similar fertilizers to trade 2.1 income. Product of mineral origin tender natural Phosphate * alumino-calcium Phosphate * slag from iron and steel manufacturing * crude potassium salt containing magnesium salt * Tire of raw potash salt. Use only after evidence of a deficiency in potassium using potassium Sulfate soil samples * taken from crude potash salt. Use only after evidence of a potassium deficiency using the naturally occurring calcium Carbonate soil samples (e.g. chalk, marl, calcium rock ground, maerl [lithotamne, limestone of seaweed], phosphate chalk) Carbonate of calcium and magnesium (e.g.: magnesian chalk, ground magnesian calcium rock, dolomite) lime derived from sugar production (Ricokalk) * magnesium Sulfate (e.g. kieserite) * only of natural origin Solution of calcium chloride * foliar treatment after evidence of a deficiency in calcium Sulfate (gypsum) calcium only of natural origin elementary sulphur * sodium chloride * only rock salt prepared clays (e.g. perlite, vermiculite) flours of stone (e.g., quartz flours, basalt, clay) 2.2. Organic and organo-mineral products manure * mixture of animal excrements and vegetable matter (litter) Indication of the animal species dry manure and droppings of dehydrated poultry * Indication of the animal species in composted animal Excrements, including poultry manure and composted manure * Indication of liquid animal Excrements (slurry, urine) animal species * use after controlled fermentation and/or appropriate dilution Compost and digestate from waste * sorted household waste composted or from methanisation during biogas production. Only plant and animal waste. Products in a closed and controlled collection system. Maximum content in mg/kg dry matter: cadmium: 0.7; copper: 70; Nickel: 25; lead: 45; Zinc: 200; Mercury: 0.4; chromium (total): 70; chrome (VI): 0 * peat only for plant breeding and the lands of Heath substrate of mushroom beds the initial composition of the substrate must be limited to products mentioned in this list Dejecta of worms (Vermicompost) and insects Guano * Indication of the animal species mixtures of plant material and animal excrement composted or fermented listed in this annex composted or from methanisation during biogas production does not apply to the edible parts plant products and by-products of animal origin mentioned below *:-blood meal *-bone flour *-meat flour *-hoof meal *-Horn flour *-black animal * - fish meal - flour with feathers and hair - wool - chiquettes of wool (felt production) - parts of animal skins (leather flour) maximum level of chromium (VI) in mg/kg dry matter : 0 * - bristle hair - dairy products - hydrolyzed proteins do not apply to the edible part of the plant for example products and by-products of plant origin mentioned below: - oilseed cake flour - cocoa hulls - seeds of malt - fibers and oil cakes coconut - vinasse, molasses - marc malt and snippets of Swiss origin, exclusion of the manufactured distillers malt algae and seaweed products * obtained directly and solely by : a. treatment physical including dehydration, freezing and grinding; b. extraction with water, or with solutions acidic or Basic. OUC. fermentation.

Chitin (polysaccharide obtained from the shells of shellfish only if it is obtained in the context of sustainable fisheries Leonardite (organic sediments gross, rich in humic acids) only if it is obtained as a by-product of mining anaerobic Sediments rich in organic material from bodies of freshwater (e.g., sapropele) only organic sediments that are by-products of the masses of freshwater management or who are from old masses of freshwater as appropriate , extraction must be carried out so as to limit as much as possible the impact on the aquatic environment only sediment sources examples of contamination by pesticides, persistent organic pollutants and substances such as gasoline maximum levels in mg/kg of dry matter: cadmium: 0.7; copper: 70; Nickel: 25; lead: 45;
Zinc: 200; Mercury: 0.4; chromium (total): 70; chrome (VI): 0 * sawdust and wood chips wood not chemically treated wood bark Compost untreated chemically wood ash wood not chemically treated as well as only the ash produced in the operation or with permission according to the Ordinance on fertilizers * 2.3 micronutrients micronutrients * 2.4 Cultures of microorganisms for the treatment of soil Preparations made from microorganisms (fungi, bacteria) * only non genetically modified organisms 3. Preparations plant extracts extracted from plants such as infusions and teas plant boiled liquid obtained after homogenization or elimination of the plant material with macerated in water bio-dynamic Preparations 4. Substrates substrates peat from: Max 70% vol.

5 substrates for the production of mushrooms for the production of mushrooms, substrates can be used if they include only the following components: 5.1 manure and excrements animauxLe manure of equidae may be used, provided that the holder: from farms organic a. uses issue organic straw; b. respect the requirements of the Ordinance on organic agriculture in feeding; c. the certification body grants a right of control over his horse production.

5.2 insofar as their share does not exceed 25% of the weight of all components *, substrates below non-organic farms, if equivalent substrates from organic farms are not available and if the need and is recognized by the certification body manure mixture of animal excrements and vegetable matter (litter). Mandatory dry manure species indication and filth of dehydrated poultry required species Indication animal Compost of animal dung, including poultry droppings and composted manure compulsory Indication of the animal species liquid animal Excrements (slurry, urine) use after controlled fermentation and/or appropriate dilution 5.3 other products of agricultural origin (straw by ex.)

From organic farms 5.4 peat, wood not chemically treated 5.5 product of mineral origin in accordance with point 2.1 of this annex 5.6 water, Earth * to use after highlighting the need * limit of determination * only products authorized pursuant to art. 11 o of Jan. 10. 2001 on fertilizers (RS 916.171) * percentage calculated without insulation material, before composting and adding water update according to section I of the EAER O Dec. 7. 1998 (RO 1999 292), ch. I al. 1 o of the Dec. 14 EAER. 2000 (RO 2001 252), art. O the EAER Feb 28 9. 2001 on the book of the fertilizer (RO 2001 722), section I of the O of the Davis of March 13, 2001 (RO 2001 1322), schedule 3 of the O 16 EAER nov. 2007 on the book of the fertilizer, (RO 2007 6311), ch. II al. 1 o of the October 27 EAER. 2010 (RO 2010 5863) and ch. II al. from 29 oct EAER O 2. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).
The disp. o of Jan. 10. 2001 on fertilizers (RS 916.171) and o from 16 nov. 2007 on fertilizers (RS 916.171.1) book are reserved.

Status January 1, 2016 annex 3 (art. 3) products and substances intended for the manufacturing of processed foods part A: permitted food additives, including media usage of all additives is subject to the restrictions according to the order of 22 June 2007 on additives.

Code name terms of use for the preparation of food from a plant of animal origin E 153 vegetable coal not allowed allowed only in Ashy goat cheese in morbier E 160 b * Annatto, bixin, norbixine not allowed allowed only in the cheese Double Gloucester, Red Leicester, Cheddar and Mimolette E 170 calcium Carbonate


Allowed only for color or enrich products in calcium allowed only for color or enrich products in calcium E 220 or E 224 sulfur dioxide Metabisulphite potassium admitted only in fruit wine (wines produced from fruits other than grapes) in fruit wine without the addition of sugar and in Mead: 50 mg / l (*) in the cider and Perry with added sugar or juice concentrate after fermentation : 100 mg/l (*) (*) maximum levels available from all sources, expressed as SO2 in mg/l admitted E 250 or E 252 not allowed potassium Nitrate sodium Nitrite allowed only in E 250 meat-based products: indicative of incorporation expressed as NaNO2 Dose: 80 mg / kg E 252: indicative of incorporation expressed as NaNO3 Dose: 80 mg / kg E 250 : residual maximum quantity expressed as NaNO2: 50 mg/kg E 252: residual maximum quantity expressed as NaNO3: 50 mg/kg E 270 lactic acid admitted admitted E 290 carbon dioxide admitted admitted E 296 Malic acid admitted not allowed E 300 Ascorbic acid admitted admitted only E 301 Ascorbate of sodium not allowed allowed only meat-based products in the products to meat in relation to the nitrites and nitrates E 306 * extract Admitted only as antioxidant tocopherol-rich for fats and oils admitted only as antioxidant for fats and oils E 322 * lecithin admitted admitted only in dairy products E 325 not allowed sodium Lactate admitted only in dairy products and products with meat E 330 acid citric admitted no admitted E 331 Citrates of sodium not allowed allowed E 333 Citrate calcium admitted admitted no E 334 acid tartaric L (+) /-admitted

Not allowed E 335 Tartrate sodium admitted admitted no E 336 Tartrate potassium admitted admitted no E 341 (i) permitted only monocalcique Phosphate as a baking powder not allowed E 392 * extract of Rosemary Production only Organic Production organic only E 400 acid admitted alginique, allowed only in dairy products E 401 Alginate sodium admitted admitted only in dairy products E 402 potassium admitted admitted only in dairy products E Alginate 406 agar admitted admitted only in dairy products and products with meat E 407 carrageenan admitted admitted only in dairy products E 410 * flour of carob admitted admitted E 412 seeds * E 414 admitted admitted guar seed flour * Gum Arabic admitted admitted E 415 Xanthan admitted admitted E 422 Glycerin admitted only in the plant extracts not allowed E 440 * (i) pectin admitted admitted only in dairy products E 464 Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose

Admitted only as material of encapsulation for capsules admitted only as material of encapsulation for capsules E 500 Carbonates of sodium admitted admitted only in the milk Jam (or "dulce leche"), cream butter tart and the cheese to milk tart E 501 Carbonates of potassium admitted admitted no E 503 Carbonates of ammonium admitted admitted no E 504 Carbonates of magnesium admitted admitted no E 509 calcium chloride not allowed allowed only for coagulation of milk E 516 sulfate calcium admitted only as support not allowed E 524 sodium allowed only Hydoxyde as the "Laugengeback" surface treatment not allowed E 551 Silicon admitted only dioxide as long for herbs and spices not allowed E 553 b Talc admitted admitted only as agent of coating for meat products E 938 Argon admitted admitted E 939 Helium admitted admitted E 941 nitrogen admitted admitted E 948 oxygen admitted admitted * for the calculation to the purpose of art. 18, al. 1, let. b, of the Ordinance on organic farming, food additives with a star are considered to be ingredients of agricultural origin.

Part B: processing AIDS and other products which can be used directly in the processing of ingredients of agricultural origin produced biologically 1. Processing AIDS and other products used directly in the processing of ingredients of agricultural origin produced biologically name terms of use for the preparation of foodstuffs of plant origin of animal origin water drinking water within the meaning of the order of the DFI of 23 November 2005 on drinking water, spring water and water mineral drinking water within the meaning of the order of the DFI of 23 November 2005 on drinking water , spring water and mineral water calcium chloride admitted only as a coagulating agent not allowed calcium Carbonate admitted no admitted admitted admitted no only admitted calcium Sulfate calcium hydroxide as chloride of magnesium (or nigari) not allowed coagulating agent admitted only as a coagulating agent not allowed Carbonates of potassium admitted only for the drying of Carbonates of sodium allowed only not allowed grapes for sugar not allowed no lactic acid production admitted admitted only for the regulation of the pH of the brine in the cheese making citric acid admitted only for oil production and hydrolysis of starch admitted only for the regulation of the pH of the brine in the manufacture of cheese hydroxide admitted only for the production of sugar and rapeseed oil (Brassica spp.)

Not only allowed allowed sulfuric acid for the production of sugar allowed only for the production of gelatine hydrochloric acid not allowed allowed only for gelatin production and the regulation of the pH of the brine in the production of Gouda, Edam, Maasdammer, Boerenkaas, Friese and Leidse Nagelkaas hydroxide of ammonium not allowed allowed only for the production of gelatine hydrogen peroxide not allowed allowed only for the production of gelatine allowed carbon dioxide

Admitted n admitted admitted Ethanol admitted only as solvent allowed only as solvent allowed only tannic acid as an auxiliary filtration not allowed Ovalbumin admitted no admitted casein admitted admitted gelatin admitted no admitted Ichtyocolle admitted admitted vegetable oils admitted only as a lubricant, parting or antifoaming agent admitted only as a lubricant, parting or antifoaming agent Gel or colloidal dioxide of Silicon admitted admitted no coal solution enabled admitted admitted no Talc admitted only in accordance with the criterion of specific purity for food additive E 553 b not allowed Bentonite admitted only in accordance with the criterion of specific purity for food additive E 558 admitted only as agent colloidal for Mead and in accordance with the criterion of specific purity for food additive E 558 Caolin admitted only in accordance with the criterion of specific purity for food additive E 559 admitted no Cellulose admitted admitted only for gelatin production land of infusoria admitted admitted only for the production of gelatine Perlite admitted admitted only for the production of gelatin shells of nuts admitted no admitted rice flour admitted admitted no beeswax admitted only as a parting agent not allowed only admitted carnauba wax as a parting agent not allowed 2. Indirectly used auxiliaries and other products allowed in the processing of ingredients of agricultural origin produced biologically wood, parings and flours of untreated wood smoke for smoking glues of natural origin labelling of wheels of cheese natural dyes according to art. 75 of the order of the DFI of 23 November 2005 on food of animal origin colouring of eggshells Shellac Agent coating for eggs Silicates of calcium and magnesium Agent coating to egg ash treatment of the crust of cheese fat animal natural Agent of coating to egg dyes allowed in General in the legislation on food prices marking of eggs meat and cheese part C: not from organic agriculture 1 agricultural Ingredients. Unprocessed plant products and by-products of the latter by transformation: 1.1. Fruit, nuts and edible seeds Acorn (Quercus spp.)
Coconut cola (Cola acuminata) gooseberries mackerel (Ribes crispa l.).
Fruits of passion (Passiflora edulis) dried raspberries (Rubus idaeus L.)
Dried red currants (Ribes rubrum L.)

1.2. edible spices and herbs American pepper (Schinus soft L.)
Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) seeds small galangal (Alpinia officinarum) bastard saffron (Cartamus tinctorius) watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 1.3. Various algae, including seaweed, of which the use is permitted in the traditional methods of food preparation.

2. plant products 2.1. Fats and oils, refined and not refined, having not been changed chemically, from plants other than the following plants: cocoa (Theobroma cacao), coconut (Cocos nucifera) olive (Olea europea) sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) Palm (Elaeis guineensis) rapeseed (Brassica napus, rapa) bastard saffron (Carthamus tinctorius) Sesame (Sesamum indicum) soybean (Glycine max) 2.2. Sugars, starches and other products from cereals and tubers Fructose leaves thin rice thin sheets of unleavened bread dough

Rice or waxy corn starch has not been modified chemically 2.3. Various protein of pea (Pisum ssp.)
Rum: obtained exclusively from juice of sugar cane Kirsch prepared on the basis of fruits and flavourings referred to in art. 3, al. 1, let. c 3. Aquatic organisms, not originating in aquaculture animal products and allowed in the traditional methods of development of food Gelatine whey in powder natural casing new content according to chapter III al. O the EAER from 31 Oct. 2. 2012 (2012 6357 RO). Update according to section I of the O of the Davis on May 15, 2013 (RO 2013 1731) and section II of the O 28 EAER oct. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4519 RO).
RS 817.022.31 RS 817.022.102 RS 817.022.108 State on 1 January 2016 annex 3A (art. 3A) Substances that can be used for the development of yeast and yeast name Conditions products special yeast primary manufacturing and development of yeast calcium chloride admitted admitted no carbon dioxide admitted admitted citric acid admitted only for the regulation of pH in the production of yeast not allowed lactic acid admitted only for the regulation of pH in the production of Not allowed yeast nitrogen allowed allowed oxygen admitted admitted starch potatoes admitted only for the filtration admitted only for the filtration of Carbonates of sodium allowed only for the regulation of the pH admitted only for the regulation of pH vegetable oils permitted only as lubricant, parting or antifoaming agent admitted only as a lubricant, parting or antifoaming agent introduced by section III al. O the EAER from 31 Oct. 3. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).

Status January 1, 2016 annex 3B (art. 3b and 3 c, para. 4) products and substances and practices and treatments for the development of wine part A: products and substances admitted according to annex 2 of the order of the DFI on November 29, 2013 on alcoholic beverages (OBAIc) Type of treatment according to annex 2 of the OBAIc name of the goods or substances terms of Use Ch. 1 : use for aeration or oxygenation - Air - oxygen gas Ch. 3: centrifugation or filtration - Perlite - Cellulose - land of infusoria use only as Ch. 4 inert filtration adjuvant: use to create an inert atmosphere and a manipulation of the product safe from air - nitrogen - carbon - Argon Ch. 5, 14 and 20: use - yeast Ch. 6: use - Phosphate-diammonique dihydrochloride of thiamine Ch. 7 : use - sulphur dioxide - potassium Metabisulfite or potassium Metabisulphite has. The maximum sulphur dioxide content may not exceed 100 mg/l for red wines with a residual sugar content of less than 2 g/l; b. the maximum sulphur dioxide content may not exceed 150 mg/l for white and rosé wines with a residual sugar content of less than 2 g/l; (c) for all other wines , it is the maximum sulphur dioxide content set in annex 2, Appendix 9 of the OBAlc (State the 1.1.2014), 30 mg/l, which applies less.

Ch. 9: use - coal to use oenological Ch. 10: clarification - food gelatin - protein of plant origin materials from wheat or peas - glue of fish-Ovalbumin-tannins-casein - Caseinate of potassium - dioxide of Silicon-Bentonite - Enzymes pectolytiques Ch. 12: use for acidification - acid lactic - acid L (+) tartaric Ch. 13: use for deacidification - acid L (+) tartaric - Carbonate-calcium-potassium Carbonate potassium Ch. 16-neutral Tartrate : use - bacteria lactic Ch. 18: addition - acid-Ascorbic Ch. 21: use for ventilation - nitrogen c. 22: addition - Ch. 23 carbon dioxide: addition to the stabilization of the wine - acid citric Ch. 24: addition - tannins Ch. 26: addition - acid metatartrique Ch. 27: use - gum of acacia (gum Arabic), Ch. 29: use - Bitartrate potassium Ch. 30: use - copper Citrate c. 30 : use - sulphate of copper until July 31, 2015 only.

Ch. 36: use - pieces of oak Ch. 37: use - Alginate of potassium from organic raw materials if they are available.

Part B: practices and treatments allowed oenological introduced by section III al. O the EAER from 31 Oct. 3. 2012 (2012 6357 RO). Update according to ch. II al. from 29 oct EAER O 2. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).
RS 817.022.110 State on 1 January 2016 Schedule 4 (art. 4 and 16a, para. 1, let. a) list of country Argentina 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed animal products A living or not processed B excluding animals and livestock products bearing or intended to bear indications referring to conversion to organic farming.

Processed agricultural products intended for human food C A the exclusion of animal products bearing or intended to bear indications referring to conversion to organic farming or products from their processing.

Material of vegetative reproduction and seed used for purposes of culture E wine and yeast not included 2. Origin: Products of category A, B and E, and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in Argentina.
3. production prescriptions: Ley 25 127 sober "production ecologica, biologica y Orgánica" 4. Competent authority: Servicio Nacional de. Sanidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria SENASA, www.senasa.gov.ar 5. Certification bodies: code name AR - BIO - 001 Food Safety S.A. Internet address number

www.FoodSafety.com.ar AR - BIO - 002 Instituto Argentino para the certification y Promoción de Productos Agropecuari-os Burns S.A. (Ar-gencert) www.argencert.com AR - BIO - 003 letís S.A.

www.letis.com.ar AR - BIO - 004 Organización Internacional Agropecuaria (OIA) www.oia.com.ar 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.

Australia 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed to processed agricultural products intended for human consumption C compounds essentially of one or more ingredients of plant origin.

Material of vegetative reproduction and seed used for purposes of culture E wine and yeast not included 2. Origin: Products of category A and E and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in Australia.
3. production prescriptions: National standard for organic and bio-dynamic produce 4. Competent authority: Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), www.daff.gov.au 5. Certification bodies: the-BIO-001 Australian Certified Organic Pty. Ltd. name: Internet address code number.

www.australianorganic.com.au to the-BIO-002 Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) www.aqis.gov.au to AU-BIO-003 Bio - dynamic Research Institute (BDRI) www.demeter.org.au to the-BIO-004 NASAA Certified Organic (NCO) at the-BIO-005 Organic Food Chain Pty Ltd www.nasaa.com.au. (OFC) www.organicfoodchain.com.au to the-BIO-006 AUS - QUAL Pty Ltd.

www.ausqual.com.au 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.

Canada 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed A living or unprocessed animal products B processed agricultural products intended for human food C. processed agricultural products intended for animal feed D seeds and vegetative reproductive material used for purposes of culture E wine and yeast not included 2. Origin: Products of category A, B and E, and the components of categories C and D, from a mode of biological production, must have been produced in the Canada, Switzerland or the EU.
3. requirements of production: Organic Products Regulation 4. Competent authority: Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) www.inspection.gc.ca 5. Certification bodies: code number name address Internet CA-ORG-001 Atlantic Certified Organic co-op Ltd. (ACO) www.atlanticcertifiedorganic.ca CA - ORG - 002 British Columbia Association for Regenerative Agriculture (BCARA) www.certifiedorganic.bc.ca CA-ORG-003 CCOF Certification Services www.ccof.org CA - ORG - 004 Centre for Systems Integration (CSI) CA - ORG - 005 Consorzio per www.csi-ics.com it Controllo dei Prodotti Biologici società has responsibility limitata (SRL SAC) www.ccp.it CA - ORG - 006 Ecocert Canada www.ecocertcanada.com CA - ORG - 007 Fraser Valley Organic Producers Association (FVOPA) www.fvopa.ca CA-ORG-008 Global Organic Alliance www.goa-online.org CA-ORG-009 International Certification Services Incorporated (ICS) www.ics-intl.com CA-ORG-010 LETÍS SA

www.letis.com.ar CA-ORG-011 Oregon Tilth Incorporated (OTCO) http://tilth.org CA-ORG-012 Organic Certifiers www.organiccertifiers.com CA-ORG-013 Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA) www.ocia.org CA-ORG-014 Organic Producers Association of Manitoba Cooperative Inc. (OPAM) www.opam-mb.com CA-ORG-015 Pacific Agricultural Certification Society (PACS) www.pacscertifiedorganic.ca CA-ORG-016 Pro-Cert Organic Systems Ltd (Pro-Cert) www.ocpro.ca CA-ORG-017


Quality Assurance International Incorporated (IAQ) www.qai-inc.com CA - ORG - 018 Quality Certification Services (QCS) www.qcsinfo.org CA-ORG-019 body of Certification Quebec real (OCQV) www.quebecvrai.org 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.

Costa Rica 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed to processed agricultural products intended for human consumption C only processed plant products.

Material of vegetative reproduction and seed used for purposes of culture E wine and yeast not included 2. Origin: Products of category A and E and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in Costa Rica.
3. production prescriptions: sober regulation agricultura Orgánica 4. Competent authority: Servicio Fitosanitario del Estado, Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganaderia, www.sfe.go.cr 5. Certification bodies: code number name address Internet CR - BIO - 001 Servicio Fitosanitario del Estado, Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganaderia www.protecnet.go.cr/SFE/ Organica.htm CR-BIO-002 BCS Oko-warranty www.bcs-oeko.com CR-BIO-003 Eco-LOGICA www.eco-logica.com CR - BIO - 004 Control Union Certifications www.cuperu.com CR - BIO - 006 Primus Labs. Esta www.primuslabs.com 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: Servicio Fitosanitario del Estado, Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganaderia www.sfe.go.cr 7. Valid application until 31 December 2018.

Member States of the EU 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed A living or unprocessed animal products unprocessed B with the exception of rabbits and their derivatives.

Processed agricultural products intended for human consumption C with the exception of products whose components, from ecological production methods, contain derivatives of rabbits, manufactured in the EU.

Processed agricultural products intended for animal feed D seeds and vegetative reproductive material used for purposes of culture E 2. Origin: Products of category A and E and the components of categories C and D from a mode of organic production must have been produced in the EU or have been imported: a. Switzerland; (b) a third country recognised under art. 33, al. 2, 38, let. d, and 40 of Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007, in connection with annex III to Regulation (EC) n. 1235/2008, in the extent that this recognition is applicable to the product concerned, ouc. of a third country, the products must have been certified by an authority or a control body recognised as equivalent by the EU in application of art. 33, al. 3, of Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007, in connection with annex IV of Regulation (EC) n. 1235/2008, and this recognition must be applicable to the category of products and the geographic area of validity concerned.

3. production requirements: Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007 of the Council of 28 June 2007 4. Competent authority: European Commission, Agriculture Directorate-General, Unit H3 5. Certification bodies: supervisory authorities or Services provided for in art. 27 of the Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007 6. Inspection certificate: a certificate of control is required.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.
United States of America 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed A living or unprocessed animal products B processed agricultural products intended for human consumption C only wines produced and labelled in accordance with the Ordinance on organic processed agricultural products intended for animal feed D material of vegetative reproduction and seed used for purposes of culture E 2. Origin: Products of category A, B and E, and the components of categories C and D, from a mode of organic production must have been produced in the United States or have been imported and processed or conditioned in accordance with U.S. law.
3. requirements of production: Organic Foods Production Act of 1990 (7 U.S.C. 65 and seq.), National Organic Program (7 CFR 205) 4. Competent authority: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), added 5. Certification bodies: code number name address Internet US - ORG - 001 A Bee Organic www.abeeorganic.com US - ORG - 002 Agricultural Services www.ascorganic.com US - ORG - 003 Baystate Organic Certifiers www.baystateorganic.org US - ORG - 004 BCS - Oko warranty GmbH www.bcs-oeko.com/ en_index.html US-ORG-005 BioAgriCert www.bioagricert.org/English/ index.php US-ORG-006 CCOF Certification Services www.ccof.org US-ORG-007 Colorado Department of Agriculture www.colorado.gov US-ORG-008 Control Union Certifications www.skalint.com US-ORG-009 Department of Plant Industry regulatory/plant_industry www.clemson.edu/public/ / organic_certification US-ORG-010 Ecocert S.A.

www.ECOCERT.com US - ORG - 011 Georgia Crop Improvement Association, Inc.

www.certifiedseed.org US - ORG - 012 Global Culture US - ORG - 013 Global Organic Alliance, Inc. www.globalculture.us.

www.Goa-online.org US - ORG - 014 Global Organic Certification Services www.globalorganicservices. com US - ORG - 015 Idaho State Department of Agriculture www.agri.idaho.gov/ Categories/PlantsInsects / Organic / indexOrganicHome.php US-ORG-016 Indiana Certified Organic LLC www.indianacertifiedorganic. com US - ORG - 017 International Certification Services, Inc..

www.ICS-Intl.com US - ORG - 018 Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship www.agriculture.state.ia.us US-ORG-019 Kentucky Department of Agriculture www.kyagr.com/marketing/ plantmktg/organic/index.htm US-ORG-020 LACON GmbH www.lacon-institut.com US-ORG-022 Marin County US-ORG-023 Maryland Department of Agriculture www.mda.state.md.us/ www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/ag/main/moca.cfm md_products/certified_md_ organic_farms/index.php US-ORG-024 Mayacert S.A.

www.mayacert.com US - ORG - 025 Midwest Organic Services Association, Inc.

www.mosaorganic.org US-ORG-026 Minnesota Crop Improvement Association www.mncia.org US-ORG-027 MOFGA Certification Services, LLC www.mofga.org/ US-ORG-028 Montana Department of Agriculture www.agr.mt.gov.organic/ Program.asp US-ORG-029 Monterey County Certified Organic www.ag.co.monterey.ca.us/ pages/organics US-ORG-030 Natural Food Certifiers www.nfccertification.com US-ORG-031 Nature's International Certification Services www.naturesinternational.com/ US-ORG-032 Nevada State Department of Agriculture http://www.agri.state.nv.us US-ORG-033 New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Division of Regulatory Services, http://agriculture.nh.gov/ divisions/markets / organic_certification.htm US-ORG-034 New Jersey Department of Agriculture www.state.nj.us/agriculture/ US-ORG-035 New Mexico Department of Agriculture , Organic Program http://nmdaweb.nmsu.edu/ organics-program / Organic%20Program.html US-ORG-036 NOFA-New York Certified Organic, LLC http://www.nofany.org US-ORG-037 Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association www.oeffa.org US-ORG-038 OIA North America, LLC www.oianorth.com US-ORG-039 Oklahoma Department of Agriculture www.oda.state.ok.us US-ORG-040 OneCert www.onecert.com US-ORG-041 Oregon Department of Agriculture www.oregon.gov/ODA/CID US-ORG-042 Oregon Tilth Certified Organic www.tilth.org US-ORG-043 Organic Certifiers, Inc.

http://www.organiccertifiers. com US-ORG-044 Organic Crop Improvement Association www.ocia.org US-ORG-045 Organic National & International Certifiers (ON & IC) http://www.on-ic.com US-ORG-046 Organización Internacional Agropecuraria www.oia.com.ar US-ORG-047 Pennsylvania Certified Organic www.paorganic.org US-ORG-048 Primuslabs.com www.primuslabs.com US-ORG-049 Pro-Cert Organic Systems, Ltd. www.pro-cert.org US-ORG-050 Quality Assurance International www.qai-inc.com US-ORG-051 Quality Certification Services www.QCSinfo.org US-ORG-052 Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management www.dem.ri.gov/programs/ bnatres/agricult/orgcert.htm US-ORG-053 Scientific Certification Systems www.SCScertified.com US-ORG-054 Stellar Certification Services, Inc..

http://Demeter-USA.org/ US - ORG - 055 Texas Department of Agriculture www.agr.state.tx.us US - ORG - 056 Utah Department of Agriculture http://ag.utah.gov/divisions/ plant/organic/index.html US-ORG-057 Vermont Organic Farmers, LLC http://www.nofavt.org US-ORG-058 Washington State Department of Agriculture http://agr.wa.gov/FoodAnimal?Organic/default.htm US-ORG-059 Yolo County Department of Agriculture www.yolocounty.org/ Index.aspx? page = 501 US-ORG-060 Institute for Marketecology (IMO) http://imo.ch/ 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 application valid until December 31, 2020.

India 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed A vegetative reproductive material and seed used for purposes of culture E 2. Origin: Products of category A and E must have been produced in India.
3. production prescriptions: National program for Organic Production 4. Competent authority: Agricultural and Processed Food Export Development Authority (APEDA), www.apeda.gov.in/apedawebsite/index.asp 5. Certification bodies: code number name address Internet IN-ORG-001 Aditi Organic Certifications Pvt. Ltd.

www.aditicert.NET IN-ORG-002 APOF Organic Certification Agency (several) www.aoca.in IN-ORG-003


Bureau Veritas Certification India Pvt. Ltd.

www.bureauveritas.co.in IN - ORG - 004 Control Union Certifications IN-ORG-005 ECOCERT India Pvt. Ltd. www.controlunion.com.

www.ECOCERT.in IN-ORG-006 Food Cert India Pvt. Ltd.

www.foodcert.in IN-ORG-007 IMO Control Pvt. Ltd.

www.IMO.ch IN - ORG - 008 Indian Organic Certification Agency (Indocert) www.indocert.org IN-ORG-009 ISCOP (Indian Society for Certification of Organic Products) www.iscoporganiccertification.org IN-ORG-010 Lacon Quality Certification Pvt. Ltd.

www.laconindia.com IN-ORG-011 Natural Organic Certification Agro Pvt. Ltd.

www.nocaagro.com IN-ORG-012 OneCert Asia Agri Certification Pvt. Ltd.

www.onecertasia.in IN-ORG-013 SGS India Pvt. Ltd.

www.in.SGS.com IN-ORG-014 Uttarakhand State Organic Certification Agency (USOCA) www.organicuttarakhand.org/ certification.html IN-ORG-015 Vedic Organic Certification Agency www.vediccertification.com IN-ORG-016 Rajasthan Organic Certification Agency (ROCA) www.krishi.rajasthan.gov.in IN-ORG-017 Chhattisgarh Certification Society (CGCERT) www.cgcert.com IN-ORG-018 Tamil Nadu Organic Certification Department (TNOCD) www.tnocd.net IN-ORG-019 TUV India Pvt. Ltd.

www.tuvindia.co.in IN-ORG-020 Intertek India Pvt. Ltd.

www.Intertek.com 021-ORG-IN Madhya Pradesh State Organic Certification Agency (MPSOCA) www.mpkrishi.org IN-ORG-022 Biocert India Pvt. Ltd., Indore IN-ORG-023 Faircert Certification Services Pvt. Ltd. www.biocertindia.com.

www.faircert.com 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.

Israel 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed to processed agricultural products intended for human food C A the exclusion of animal products or products from their processing.

Material of vegetative reproduction and seed used for purposes of culture E wine and yeast not included 2. Origin: Products of category A and E and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in Israel or imported into Israel: a. to Switzerland; forgotten the source. a country recognised in accordance with this annex.

3. production requirements: Law for the Regulation of Organic Produce, 5765-2005, and its related Regulations.
4. competent authority: Plant Protection and Inspection Services (PPIS), www.ppis.moag.gov.il 5. Certification bodies: code name internet address number it - ORG - 001 Secal Israel Inspection & Certification www.skal.co.il ORG 002 Agrior Ltd. - Organic Inspection & Certification www.agrior.co.il ORG 003 IQC Institute of Quality & Control www.iqc.co.il ORG 004 Plant Protection and Inspection Services (PPIS) www.ppis.moag.gov.il 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.

Japan 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed to processed agricultural products intended for human consumption C compounds essentially of one or more ingredients of plant origin.

Used seeds and vegetative reproductive material for purposes of culture E wines not included 2. Origin: Products of category A and E and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in or imported into the Japan Japan: was. of Switzerland; forgotten the source. a country where the Japan acknowledged that the products had been obtained and controlled in this country according to rules equivalent to those provided by Japanese law.

3. production prescriptions: Japanese Agricultural Standard for Organic Plants (Notification No. 1605 of the MAFF of October 27, 2005) and Japanese Agricultural Standard for Organic Processed Foods (Notification No. 1606 of MAFF of October 27, 2005).
4. competent authority: Labelling and Standards Division, Food Safety and Consumer Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Food and Agricultural Materials Inspection Center (FAMIC) sowie www.maff.go.jp/j/jas/index.html, www.famic.go.jp.
5 certification bodies: code number name address internet JP - BIO - 001 Hyogo prefectural Organic Agriculture Society (Hoa) www.hyoyuken.org JP - BIO - 002 AFAS Certification Center Co., Ltd.

www.afasseq.com JP - BIO - 003 NPO Kagoshima Organic Agriculture Association www.koaa.or.jp JP - BIO - 004 Center of Japan Organic Farmers Group www.yu-ki.or.jp JP-BIO-005 Japan Organic & Natural Foods Association http://jona-japan.org/english/ JP-BIO-006 Ecocert Japan Ltd.

http://ECOCERT.co.jp JP - BIO - 007 Bureau Veritas Japan, Inc.

http://certification. bureauveritas.jp / cer-business/jas/nintei_list.html JP - BIO - 008 OCIA www.ocia-jp.com JP - BIO - 009 Overseas Merchandise Inspection Co. Ltd. Japan.

http://www.omicnet.com/ omicnet/services-en/organic-certification-en.html JP - BIO - 010 Organic Farming Promotion Association http://yusuikyo.web.fc2.com/ JP - BIO - 011 ASAC Stands for Axis' System for Auditing and Certification and Association for Sustainable Agricultural Certification www.axis-asac.net JP - BIO - 012 Environmentally Friendly Rice Network www.epfnetwork.org/okome JP-BIO-013 Ooita Prefecture Organic Agricultural Research Center www.d-b.ne.jp/oitayuki JP - BIO - 014 AINU www.ainou.or.jp/ainohtm/ disclosure/nintei - kouhyou.htm JP-BIO-015 SGS Japan Incorporation www.jp.sgs.com/ja/ home_jp_v2.htm JP-BIO-016 Ehime Organic Agricultural Association www12.ocn.ne.jp/ ~aiyuken/ ninntei20110201.html JP-BIO-017 Center for Eco-design Certification Co. Ltd.

www.eco-de.co.jp/ list.html JP - BIO - 018 Organic Certification Association http://yuukinin.org JP - BIO - 019 Japan Eco - system Farming Association www.npo-jefa.com JP-BIO-020 Hiroshima Environment and Health Association www.kanhokyo.or.jp/jigyo/ jigyo_05A.html JP-BIO-021 Assistant Center of Certification and Inspection for Sustainability www.accis.jp JP-BIO-022 Organic Certification Organization Co. Ltd.

www.oco45.NET JP - BIO - 023 Rice Research Organic Food Institute http://inasaku.or.tv JP - BIO - 024 Aya town miyazaki, Japan www.town.aya. Miyazaki.jp / ayatown / organicfarming / index.html JP - BIO - 025 Tokushima Organic Certified Association www.tokukaigi.or.jp/ yuuki / JP - BIO - 026 Association of Certified Organic Hokkaido www.acohorg.org/ JP-BIO-027 NPO Kumamoto Organic Agriculture Association www.kumayuken.org/jas/ certification/index.html JP-BIO-028 Hokkaido Organic Promoters Association www.hosk.jp/CCP.html JP-BIO-029 Association of organic agriculture certification Kochi corporation NPO www8.ocn.ne.jp/~koaa/ jisseki.html JP-BIO-030 LIFE Co., Ltd.

www.life-silver.com/JAS/ "JP - BIO - 031 Wakayama Organic Certified Association www.vaw.ne.jp/aso/woca JP - BIO - 032 Shimane Organic Agriculture Association www.shimane-yuki.or.jp/ index.html JP - BIO - 033 The Mushroom Research Institute of Japan www.kinoko.or.jp JP-BIO-034 International Nature Farming Research Center www.infrc.or.jp JP-BIO-035 Organic Certification Center www.organic-cert.or.jp 6." Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7 valid application until 31 December 2016.

New Zealand 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed animal products A living or not processed B excluding animals and livestock products bearing or intended to bear indications referring to conversion to organic farming.

Processed agricultural products in C A wearing animal products excluding food or intended to bear indications referring to conversion to organic agriculture or products from their processing.

Vegetative reproductive material and seed used for purposes of culture E not included yeast 2. Origin: Products of category A, B and E, and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in New Zealand or imported into New Zealand: a. Switzerland; b. a country recognised in accordance with this annex; OUC. a country whose production and control requirements were recognized equivalent to those of the MPI 'Food Official Organic Assurance Programme' programme on the basis of assurances and information provided by the competent authority in accordance with the requirements laid down by the MPI, to condition that only the ingredients from organic agriculture, for processed products in New Zealand in the C category with a maximum of 5% of products of agricultural origin, may be imported.

3. production prescriptions: MPI Official Organic Assurance Programme Technical Rules for Organic Production 4. Competent authority: New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), www.mpi.govt.nz 5. Certification bodies: code name NZ - BIO - 001 New Zealand Ministry Internet address number for Primary Industries (MPI) http://www.foodsafety.govt.nz/ industry / sectors/organics NZ - BIO - 002 AsureQuality Ltd.

www.organiccertification.co.nz NZ - BIO - 003 BioGro New Zealand www.biogro.co.nz 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in section 4.
7 valid application until 31 December 2018.

Tunisia 1. Product categories: product category Code Limitations plant products unprocessed to processed agricultural products intended for feeding human C composed essentially of one or more ingredients of plant origin.

Material of vegetative reproduction and seed used for purposes of culture E wine and yeast not included 2. Origin:

Products in categories A and E and from components of the category C, a mode of biological production, must have been produced in Tunisia.
3. production requirements: Act No. 99-30 April 5, 1999, to organic farming; Order of the Minister of agriculture of 28 February 2001, approving the specifications type of plant production according to the biological mode.
4. competent authority: Directorate General of organic farming (Ministry of Agriculture and the environment), www.agriportail.tn 5. Certification bodies: code number name address internet TN - BIO - 001 Ecocert S.A. in Tunisia www.ecocert.com TN - BIO - 003 BCS www.bcs-oeko.com TN - BIO - 006 National Institute of standardization and intellectual (INNORPI) www.innorpi.tn TN-BIO-007 ground e Salute www.suoloesalute.it TN-BIO-008 SAC Srl www.ccpb.it 6. Authority issuing the inspection certificate: as in point 5.
7. period of validity of admission: until December 31, 2016.

New content according to chapter I al. from 23 oct EAER O 2. 2013 (2013 3885 RO). Update according to ch. II al. from 29 oct EAER O 2. 2014 (RO 2014 3979), section I of the O's in the Davis of May 20, 2015 (RO 2015 1749), from 30 June 2015 (2015 2305 RO) and section II of the O of the October 28 EAER. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4519 RO).
Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007 of the Council of 28 June 2007 on organic production and labelling of organic products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91, OJ L 189 of the 20.7.2007, p. 1. amended lastly by Regulation (EU) n 517/2013, OJ L 158 of the 10.06.2013, p. 1.
Regulation (EC) n. 1235/2008 of the Commission of 8 December 2008 on the application of Regulation (EC) n. 834/2007 of the Council with regard to the import regime of organic products from third countries, OJ L 334 of the 12.12.2008, p. 25; amended lastly by the regulations (EU) 2015/931, OJ L 151 of the 18.06.2015, p. 1.

Status January 1, 2016 schedule 5 (art. 4, para. 1) requirements specific to the kind animal care requirements for the AFS program in the order of 25 June 2008 on Ethological programs must be respected. For goats and sheep not covered by art. 2, let c and d, of the order of 25 June 2008 on Ethological programs, these requirements apply by analogy.

1. outputs and buildings intended for the keeping of animals 11 General principles 1. The number of animals kept on grassland surfaces must be low enough to avoid the over-exploitation of the vegetation.2. Buildings, pens, equipment and utensils must be properly cleaned and disinfected to prevent any infection cross animals and the development of pathogens. To eliminate insects and other organisms harmful in the premises and other facilities where the animals are kept will be used only products listed in annex 8.3. The courses and areas to outdoor climate must be developed and used that environment, including surface and groundwater, are not endangered.

12 mammals 1. The guard of the calves, lambs and goats in individual boxes is not eligible when they are over the age of a meeting.2. Swine animals must be kept in groups, with the exception of the projection period (ten days), a few days before giving birth and breastfeeding. The piglets can be kept on flat decks or in cages. Exercise areas must permit their natural needs and burrowing animals. For this last activity, different substrates can be used.

13 poultry 1. For all poultry, buildings must meet the following minimum conditions: a. a third at least of the (accessible) surface must be hard and can therefore consist of gratings or grids. She must be covered of enough litter; b. Guinea fowl must have each perches of at least 20 cm; c. each poultry building does not count more than 4800 broilers 3000 hens 5200 Guinea fowl, 4000 ducks barbarism or female Beijing 3200 ducks barbarism or male Beijing 3200 2500 geese ducks or turkeys; d. the total usable area of poultry buildings for poultry flesh of any production not must not exceed 1600 m.

2. the population density of hens by building is for poultry to fertilizer housed in fixed installations, maximum 5 poultry or 20 kg of body weight per m of the accessible surface permanently. The maximum population density of old turkeys from 1 to 6 weeks is 30 kg, and during fattening, 36.5 kg liveweight per m.3. Grazable surface will be 5 m per laying hen and 10 m by Turkey, including a shaded place of at least 1/3 m and for poultry fattening, 2 m, these surfaces being where appropriate divided into several parcelles.4. There will be a single nest to 5 hens, or in the case of collective nest, 100 cm of surface by volaille.5. … 6. from 50 poultry, we keep control of the effectif.7. For the hens natural light may be supplemented artificially (no light low-frequency) for 16 hours of light daily at most, with a period of night rest continuously, without artificial light of at least 8 heures.8. Both in the building as on the outdoor course, turkeys can indulge in their specific behaviors, such as the picorement.9. Waterfowl have access to a course of water, a pond or a Lake when the weather conditions the permettent.10. Birds should be able to access the course during a third of their lives at least as long as weather conditions permit.

2 power supply 1. The daily ration of pigs will include the roughage, fresh, dehydrated or ensile.2. During the nursing period, piglets will receive daily the land for burrowing or other equivalents.3 products. The share of produced components in a non-biological way in dry extract can be noted in food for pigs up to 35% if it wastes of laiterie.4. The products listed in annex 7, part B, no. 1, let. a and k, may be used as additives in the manufacture of the ensilage.5. (To cover the needs of the animals in terms of food Physiology, the addition of the products listed in annex 7, part A1 (raw food of mineral origin), part B (a) vitamins, provitamines) 2 and part B 3 b) (trace elements) is autorisee.6. For the feeding of animals, the products listed in annex 7, part B 1 b) (antioxidants), part B 1 g), (i) binders and anticaking agents), part B 2 (b) flavouring substances), as well as in category 4 (zootechnical additives) can be used for the purposes intended in reference to categories precitees.7. Feedingstuffs, raw pet food, food compound feedingstuffs, pet food additives, processing aids used in the manufacture of feedingstuffs and certain products intended for animal feed must not have been obtained through the use of GMOs or their derivatives or contain such products.

Introduced by section II of the O of the Davis on August 23, 2000 (RO 2000 2508). Update according to ch. II al. 1 o of the Nov. 9 EAER. 2005 (RO 2005 5531), section I of the O of the May 26, 2008 (RO 2008 2907) EAER, no I 1 of the O of the Davis from 12 nov. 2008 (RO 2008 5829) and ch. III al. 1 o of the Davis of 31 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2012. 2013 (2012 6357 RO).
RS 910.132.4 State on 1 January 2016 schedule 6 (art. 4, para. 2) requirements for course and area to outdoor climate 1. Course (or exercise area) for cattle, sheep and goats (production of milk and meat) the requirements laid down in annex 5, ch. 3, 4 and 5, of the order of 25 June 2008 on Ethological programs must be respected. For goats and sheep not covered by art. 2, let c and d, of the order of 25 June 2008 on Ethological programs, these requirements apply by analogy.

2. the total area for pigs the requirements referred to in annex 5, Chapter 6, of the Ordinance of 25 June 2008 on Ethological programs must be respected.

Animals total Surface (barn and course) at least... m/animal sows of breeding not lactating 2.8 boars 10 animals of renewal and fertilizer more than 60 kg 1.65 renewal animals hogs and pigs to the fertilizer under 60 kg 1.10 piglets weaned 0.80 3. Area to outdoor climate for pension poultry the requirements set out in Schedule 2 of the Ordinance of 25 June 2008 on Ethological programs must be respected.

Introduced by section II of the O of the Davis on August 23, 2000 (RO 2000 2508). New content according to section I 2 of the O of the Davis from 12 nov. 2008, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (RO 2008 5829).
RS 910.132.4 State on January 1, 2016 annex 7 (art. 4 (b) raw pet food and additives for animal feed part has materials first pet food


1 raw pet food, of mineral origin - marine shells limestones-maerl-lithotamne - gluconate of calcium-carbonate of calcium - oxide of magnesium (anhydrous magnesia) - magnesium sulphate - magnesium chloride - carbonate-magnesium phosphate monocalcique defluore - phosphate défluoré - dicalcium phosphate - magnesium and calcium phosphate - magnesium - monosodium phosphate phosphate of calcium and sodium-chloride of sodium-bicarbonate-sodium carbonate - sodium sulfate - sodium chloride potassium 2. Other raw pet food products/by-products of fermentation of micro-organisms whose cells have been inactivated or killed: - Saccharomyces cerevisiae - Saccharomyces carlsbergiensis part B additives for animal feed all additives must meet the requirements of the order of October 26, 2011 on pet food. The categories and functional groups are taken from schedules 2 and 6.1 of the order October 26, 2011 on feedingstuffs OLALA book.

Category 1: Technological additives functional group: has) preservatives: Code category / group functional Designation Description, terms of use E 200 1 to acid sorbique E 236 1A acid formic E 237 1A E 260 1A E 270 1 acetic acid sodium Formate a E 280 1 lactic acid E 330 1 propionic acid has citric acid functional group: b) Antioxigenes: Code category / group functional Designation Description ((, terms of use E 306 1B extracts of natural origin rich in tocopherols functional groups: g) binders and i) anticaking: Code category / group functional Designation Description, E 535 1 Ferrocyanide of sodium content maximum operating conditions: 20 mg/kg NaCl (calculated ferrocyanide anion) E 551 b 1 silica colloidal E 551(c) 1 Kieselgur (purified diatomaceous earth) E 558 E 559 1 1 Bentonite and Montmorillonite clays kaolinitiques (, free of asbestos E 560 1 natural mixtures of soapstone and chlorite E 561 1 Vermiculite E 562 1 Sepiolite E 566 1 Natrolite-phonolite E 568 1 Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin E 599 1 Perlite Group functional: k) silage additives: Code category / group functional Designation Description, terms of use 1 k Enzymes, yeasts and bacteria for silage: only if the weather conditions do not allow a sufficient fermentation category 2 ((: Sensory additives functional group: b) flavouring Substances Code 2B flavourings only of extracts from agricultural products category 3: nutritional additives functional group: has) vitamins, provitamines Code category / group functional Designation Description, terms of use 3a vitamins and provitamines - from agricultural products - if they are synthetic, only vitamins that are identical to those from agricultural products can be used for monogastric - in the case of synthetic vitamins (, only vitamins A, D and E identical to those from agricultural products can be used for ruminants functional group: b) trace Code category / group functional Designation Description, terms of use E1 iron 3B - ferric oxide - ferrous carbonate - ferrous sulphate heptahydrate-ferrous sulfate, monohydrate E2 iodine 3B - cobalt iodate of calcium, anhydrous E3 Cobalt 3 b - basic carbonate, monohydrate - cobalt sulfate monohydrate and/or heptahydrate E4 copper 3b - basic copper carbonate, monohydrate - copper - oxide copper sulfate, pentahydrate E5 Manganese 3 b - manganeux carbonate - manganeux oxide - manganeux sulfate, monohydrate E6 Zinc 3 b - oxide - zinc sulphate zinc monohydrate - sulphate of zinc heptahydrate E7 molybdenum 3 b - E8 Selenium 3 b sodium molybdate - selenate sodium-selenite sodium category 4: additives zootechnical Code category / group functional Designation Description terms of use Enzymes and microorganisms introduced by section II of the O of the Davis on August 23, 2000 (RO 2000 2508). New content according to chapter III al. O the EAER from 31 Oct. 2. 2012 (2012 6357 RO). Update according to ch. II al. from 29 oct EAER O 2. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).
RS 916.307 RS 916.307.1 State on January 1, 2016 Annex 8 (art. 4 c) pure products for cleaning and disinfection of buildings and facilities for the care of animals (e.g. equipment and utensils) 1. Authorized products - soaps of potash or soda-water and steam-milk of lime (e.g. as javel water) sodium hypochlorite - caustic soda - Caustic Potash - peroxide hydrogen-natural plant essences - acid citric, acid Peracetic, formic acid, lactic acid, oxalic acid and alcohol-acetic acid - nitric acid (equipment of Treaty) - phosphoric acid (equipment of Treaty) - formic aldehyde - carbonate of sodium-lime vive-lime 2. In addition, are allowed - products of iodine for teat disinfection - detergent and disinfectant products intended for the milking facilities mentioned in the list of the biocides for machines to milk.

Introduced by section II of the O of the Davis on August 23, 2000 (RO 2000 2508). Update according to ch. II al. 1 o of the October 27 EAER. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5863 RO).
The list of notified active substances can be obtained, against invoice, with the body of notification of chemicals, 3003 Bern, or viewed for free on the Internet www.cheminfo.ch.

Status January 1, 2016 Annex 9 (articles 16f and 16 c) part A: control certificate for the import of products from organic farming Confederation Swiss control certificate for the import of products from organic agriculture 1. Organization of certification or authority of the country of origin responsible for issuing the certificate (name and address) 2. Import according to: order organic, art. 23 (list of countries) □ Ordinance on organic farming, art. 24 (individual permission) □ Ordinance on organic farming, art. 23A (list of accredited organizations of certification and control authorities) □ 3. Serial number of the certificate of control 4. Reference number of the individual authorization referred to in art. 24 of the Ordinance on organic agriculture 5. Exporter (name and address) 6. Service or authority (name and address) 7. Producer or preparer of the product (name and address) 8. Country of origin 9. Country of destination: Switzerland 10. First recipient in Switzerland (name and address) 11. Importer (name and address) 12. Designation and numbers, n of container, number and type, name under which the commodity is sold 13. The 14 customs tariff number. Quantity reported in units (kilograms, litres, etc.)

15 statement of the authority or agency referred to under heading 1 it is confirmed that the products mentioned under section 12 have been obtained in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance or regulation organic (EC) n. 834/2007.
Date: Name and signature of authorized person stamp of the authority or of the Agency issuing the certificate 16. Imports referred to in art. 24 of the Ordinance on organic agriculture (individual permission): statement of the competent certification body of the importer.
It is confirmed that an individual authorization referred to in art. 24 of the Ordinance on organic agriculture was issued in Switzerland for the marketing of the products mentioned under section 12.
Date: Signature and stamp of the competent certification body 17. Examination of the consignment by the Swiss certification body registration of import (the Customs receipt number, date of import and customs declaration Customs Office) Date: name and signature of authorized person stamp 18. Statement of the first recipient, it is confirmed that the goods have been received in accordance with Annex 1, ch. 8.5 of the regulation on organic farming.

Company name Date name and signature of the authorized person part B: partial control certificate Confederation Swiss certificate of partial control n...

1. Organization of certification or authority which issued the certificate of initial control (name and address) 2. Import according to: O organic, art. 23 (list of countries) □ O organic, art. 23a (list of accredited organizations of certification and control authorities) □ O organic, art. 24 (individual permission) □ 3. Serial number of the original inspection certificate 4. Reference number of the individual authorization referred to in art. 24 of the Ordinance on organic agriculture 5. A company who has subdivided the original shipment in batches (name and address) 6. Service or authority (name and address) 7. Name and address of the importer of the original shipment 8. Country of origin of the original shipment 9. Total quantity declared in the original shipment 10. Recipient of the batch from the subdivision (name and address) 11. Designation and numbers, n of container, number and type, name under which the lot is sold 12. The 13 customs tariff number. Declared quantity of the lot in relevant units (kilograms, litres, etc.)


14 statement of the competent certification body this partial certificate concerns lot described in section 11, resulting from the subdivision of the sending of the initial inspection certificate that bears the serial number indicated under heading 3.
Date: Name and signature of authorized person stamp of the competent body 15. Statement of the recipient of the lot it is confirmed that the batch has been received according to annex 1, ch. 8.5 of the regulation on organic farming.
Company name Date: name and signature of the authorized person introduced by section II al. 3 o of the Nov. 25 EAER. 2002 (RO 2002 4292). New content according to chapter II al. 2 o of the Nov. 9 EAER. 2005 (RO 2005 5531). Update according to art. 6 No 1 of the O of the Davis of 16 May 2007 on the controls right (RO 2007 2717), section I of the O of the Davis of May 26, 2008 (RO 2008 2907), section II of the O of the Davis of May 1, 2009 (RO 2009 2577), ch. II al. 2 o of the EAER from 18 nov. 2009, (RO 2009 6337) and ch. II of O of the Davis on May 25, 2011, in effect since July 1. 2011 (2011 2369 RO).
R (EC) n. 834/2007 of the Council of 28 June 2007 on organic production and labelling of organic products and repealing the R (EEC) n. 2092/91, OJ L 189 of the 20.7.2007 p. 1; amended lastly by the R (EC) n 967/2008 Council of 29 seven. 2008, OJ L 264 of the 3.10.2008, p. 1.

Status January 1, 2016 annex 10 (article 16i) list available in sufficient quantity seeds not recording at this time introduced by section II al. 3 o of the Nov. 26 EAER. 2003, in force since Jan. 1. 2004 (RO 2003 5357).

Status January 1, 2016 Schedule 11 introduced by section II al. 3 o of the EAER from 18 nov. 2009 (2009 6337 RO). Repealed by section II al. from 27 oct EAER O 2. 2010, with effect from Jan 1. 2011 (2010 5863 RO).

Status January 1, 2016 annex 12 (art. 4) model of annual report of certifiers on the controls in the sector of organic production 1. Information related to the control of operators certification body number of operators registered by certification body number of operators registered number of inspections number of Total controls farmers additional risk-based controls * processors * importers exporters other operators * agricultural producers * processors * importers exporters other operators * farmers * transformers * importers exporters other operators * agricultural producers * processors * importers exporters other operators * certification body controls non-advertised number of samples number of samples number indicating an offence to order of 22 September 1997 on organic farming and this order agricultural producers * processors * importers exporters other operators * farmers * transformers * importers exporters other operators * agricultural producers * transformers * importers exporters other operators * certification body number of irregularities or infringements found number of measures applied to the batch or production number of measures applied to the agricultural producers operator * processors * importers exporters other operators * agricultural producers * processors * importers exporters other operators * agricultural producers * processors * importers exporters other operators * only the irregularities and offences which alter the biological character of products or that have resulted in a measure (including an observation) are indicated.
When the irregularity is non-compliance with the requirements established by this order for the certification body to ensure that no reference to the organic production method is listed on the label and in advertising related to the entire lot or production affected by this irregularity
Where a severe infringement or an infringement with prolonged effect is found, prohibit the operator certification body in question to market products containing a reference to the organic production method labelling and advertising for a period to be agreed with the competent authority.
Agricultural producers include only agricultural producers, producers who are also processors, producers who are also importers as well as other unspecified mixed producers.
* Processors include only processors, processors who are also importers as well as other mixed processors not specified.
Other operators include merchants (wholesalers, retailers) as well as other unspecified operators.

Introduced by section II al. 3 o of the EAER from 29 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3979 RO).

Status January 1, 2016

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