It’s Organic Week 2022!

It’s Canada’s National Organic Week! From September 12th to 18th, Canadians all across the country will be celebrating all things...

OCO’s Official Response to the CFIA’s Exemption Proposal for GE

OCO’s Official Response to the CFIA’s Exemption Proposal for GE

The CFIA has recently proposed a new regulatory guidance which would allow companies to employ gene editing techniques from organic...

Fruit and Vegetable: Working Towards Regenerative

Canadian weather has always been unpredictable but climate change brings new meaning to the word, with the agriculture industry posed to suffer as a result. Even in the face of such uncertainty, agriculture has the opportunity to not only adapt to the effects of climate change but also reduce its impacts through the regeneration of cultivated land.

Fruit and Vegetable: A Review Of Regenerative Certification Programs

Regenerative agriculture is a term used to describe agriculture that not only sustains ecological health but improves it over time. Though many farmers have aspired to achieve some version of this for decades, the term itself has gained new traction in recent years due to its potential to mitigate the effects of climate change. Despite that, no clear or specific definition exists which catalogues a complete list of practices and techniques. 

Globe and Mail: Organic Week In the News

As we celebrate organic food, produce and farmers across Canada, we are looking back at all we have achieved over the past year.