What is Organic Cotton NOP and NPOP Certificate
Organic cotton is a type of cotton that is grown without the use of chemical pesticides, herbicides, or other synthetic chemicals.
NOP Organic Cotton Description.
(NOP) is an abbreviation of National Organic Program. Organic cotton that has been certified to be grown without the use of any prohibited substances. It is a federal regulatory program for enforcing consistent national standards for organic products related to agricultural items sold in the United States. USDA and certifying authorities work to make sure that all procedures are followed properly to retain the confidence of end users through the integrity working and organic seal of USDA.
NPOP Organic Cotton Description
(NPOP) is an abbreviation of National Program for Organic Production. Organic cotton that has been certified to be grown without the use of prohibited substances and has also been certified to have been produced in compliance with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program regulations. It is managed by Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA). APEDA is helping the organic product sellers to promote their products under several schemes.
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