The National Organic Program is pleased to publish the 2012 list of certified organic operations.
|Updated List of Certified Organic Operations|
The updated list of certified organic operators is now available!
As of the end of 2012, 17,750 organic farms and processing facilities in the United States were certified to the USDA organic standards. Worldwide, there are now approximately 25,000 certified organic operators in more than 100 countries.
The certified operations list allows buyers and sellers and the public to identify and connect with organic stakeholders across the supply chain. This list provides information such as operation name and location, the scope of organic certification (crops, livestock, wild crops, handling), the operation's certifier, and a listing of products.
Access list of certified organic operations
Fact Sheet: 2012 List of Certified Operations
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