Explore our Affiliates from Canada
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Our company ACME Agriculture and Food Ltd. is a certified organic handler and food distributor in Toronto, Canada. Our organic value added grain and oil seeds products are being sold in food networks and supermarkets in Ontario. We also buy and sell specialty and organic seeds.
The Canada Organic Trade Association is the membership-based trade association for the organic sector in Canada, representing growers, shippers, processors, certifiers, farmers associations, distributors, importers, exporters, consultants, retailers and all points along the organic value chain.
COTA's mission is to promote and protect the growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public and the economy. COTA recognizes the business of organic farming as the foundati...
COG is Canada’s national organic charity and is a champion for the organic stewardship of land, food and fibre. COG publishes The Canadian Organic Grower Magazine as well as handbooks on organic growing and livestock production. We host trainings and conferences, work with schools, and educate all Canadians about the benefits of organics.
The Certified Organic Associations of British Columbia (COABC) is an umbrella association representing organic certifying agencies in the province. COABC is empowered by the British Columbia Organic Agricultural Products Regulation under the British Columbia Food Choice and Disclosure Act to implement an organic certification accreditation province-wide. COABC was incorporated under the Society's Act in March of 1993. The certification accreditation program is an industry and government partn...
The Coopérative de solidarité du Café équitable is a not-for-profit association offering products and services associated to the promotion of fair trade goods, best organic practices and quality-control and related issues. These are provided to the members of Cooperative Coffees, its Southern producer partners, and its support members.
Nature’s Path was founded in Vancouver BC in 1985 and is a family-run company that makes delicious, organic breakfast and snack foods. Nature’s Path is North America’s largest certified organic breakfast and snack food company with over 150 cold cereals, granolas, hot oatmeal, waffles, bars, and cookies. We’re committed to organic food and farming and work to “always leave the earth better than [we] found it”, advancing the cause of people and the planet, along the path to sustainability.
Nurture Growth Bio Fertilizer Inc. is a Canadian company that provides an innovative bio-organic fertilizing solution to the agricultural industry. Nurture Growth’s innovative technology was developed to provide an alternative to chemical-based fertilizers that is effective, and environmentally friendly. Nurture Growth trials were conducted in Vietnam where studies concluded that our bio fertilizer produced higher yields and no environmental damage due to its bio-organic based quality.
The Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada at Dalhousie University is a national centre focusing its efforts on facilitating and conducting organic research in Canada, transferring organic science to Canadian stakeholders and supporting development of university level resources for teaching organic agriculture. The OACC manages Canada's national Organic Science Cluster which coordinates organic research across Canada with the support of funding from the federal government which is leveraged by ...
SaskOrganics is a farmer-led umbrella organization for the
organic sector in Saskatchewan. We advocate for a sustainable and thriving organic community through leadership in research, market development and communications. We promote strategic alliances to further the goals of the organic community and represent the interests of the organic community to government, other agencies and organizations. SaskOrganics is also actively involved in the maintenance of Canada’s National Organic Standard.
Associates at Sharona Plakidas Organics are seasoned professionals who specialize in organic regulation and management, land-use assessment including soil mapping, and analysis, farm plans including organic management plans, crop production and protection, storage and distribution, retailing and consumption, nutrition and public health.