Yes. California Certified Organic Farmers, for example, provides certification to those farms seeking an organic label. Certification is very rigorous and competitive, and must follow strict guidelines set forth by the USDA. Those that certify must have adequate training in order to understand the processes and importance of an organic farm.
Organic certification agencies may be operated by a state agriculture department, or they may be private entities, but they must be accredited by the National Organic Program. Certifiers work as an extension of the federal government, licensing producers to use the term “organic” in selling their products.
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