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Chiangmai Organic & Spa Co., Ltd
The raw materials for further production of Chiangmai Organics is certified organic by global standard organization. That is recognized on a global USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) so it is truly chemical-free soap.
This is the area from the plant material must be free from chemicals for at least 3-5 years to grow a natural way. Use of genetically modified seeds (GMOs) and the production of certified organic standard. Department of Agriculture Or foreign entities. And all stages of production, raw materials must be free of the chemical involved is strictly prohibited. To confirm that the raw materials the company. Be used to produce the product must be certified to the standards. “Organic” (ORGANIC) the source of raw material suppliers (Supplier) must be certified. (Certificate) from the secure and recognized in the Asian market. Europe and America. As mentioned above, is shown to the company.
And the same. Every step of the manufacturing process of the company. I have to get a certification from the international organization. The standards and processes that must be free from substances prohibited by the rules and regulations of the organization. This confirms that the system of production will not affect the ecosystem. And biodiversity. The cause of lasting security for both the male consumer and the environment because the company did not provide the organization. I certify our products. The operation of the plant, so that. All products are produced from the plant will be certified automatically.
Chiangmai Organic and Spa co., Ltd. has established in 2005 by produce plant that have focused on without chemicals during producing. We started from non-toxic soap that is the first products. Our raw materials used to be certified the organic by the international organization. They recognized on a global or international such as CERES South east Asia from Germany and USDA from United States.
Our manufacturing begin with checking for cultivated area that they do not use chemicals for at least 3-5 years to grow in a natural way and do not used of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). All stages of production and raw materials must be free from the chemical that involved prohibited strictly… continue to read
Chiangmai Organic and Spa Co., Ltd founded in 2005 by Mrs. Thicharthun Hiruntharanontha place at the Center of Top Class Handicraft Producer from Northern of Thailand, Baan Thawai. Our factory has Double Certified Organic from International Organic Certifying Organization; USDA Organic, USA and CERES South east Asia from Germany. Incorporating a deep understanding of the benefits of traditional Thai herbs, and using only the safest, most natural ingredients available.
Chiangmai Organic has developed unique formulas that utilize synergistic herbs and other natural ingredients that are complementary to a healthy, natural lifestyle. The unique methods of production and the removal of excess alkali results in body care products that eliminate skin irritants found in many other product lines.
The United States Department of Agriculture (informally the Agriculture Department or USDA) is the United States federal executive department responsible for developing and executing U.S. federal government policy on farming, agriculture, and food.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has established an organic certification program that requires all organic foods to meet strict government standards. These standards regulate how such foods are grown, handled and processed. Any farmer or food manufacturer who labels and sells a product as organic must be USDA certified as meeting these standards. Only producers who sell less than $5,000 a year in organic foods are exempt from this certification.
Products certified 95 percent or more organic display this USDA sticker. If a food bears a USDA Organic label, it means it’s produced and processed according to the USDA standards and that at least 95 percent of the food’s ingredients are organically produced. The seal is voluntary, but many organic producers use it… Continue to read
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