Process development

  • Formulation
  • Preparation of organic and permitted non-organic master ingredients list with valid organic certification, including the percentage of organic content of each ingredient.
  • Formula preparation based on product claim which will either be at 100%, 95%, or made with organic ingredients
  • Developed manufacturing procedure
  • Arranged layout plan of the identified organic materials to final product movement in the facility to prevent contamination
  • Separated organic and non-organic batching, filling and packaging equipment during parallel manufacturing to eliminate the chance of contamination
  • Controlled batching to identify the weight of all ingredients through Bill of Material based on based on the certified product formula
  • Controlled and dedicate storage space for organic ingredients, labels, and packaging with accurate traceability of usage
  • Quality control procedures and processes
  • Dated and batched coding of finished product
  • Dedicated storage location for finished organic products, including complete traceability of inventory that comes in and goes out
  • Invoice organic products
  • Certify formulation and production design through certifying agency
  • Obtain final approval
  • Begin manufacturing