Certified Origins sets new industry standards for flavor, freshness, traceability, value, and truthfulness. We have developed unprecedented protocols for quality assurance, and we continuously seek new ways to improve our practices.
We partner with third-party organizations who share our dedication to food safety. We hold ourselves to high standards – and seek verification from trusted third parties wherever possible. Our certifications are clearly displayed on the labels of many Certified Origins products. Look for these seals, as proof.
The result is a unique, cutting-edge system which improves the quality, authenticity, and safety of the food you eat each day.
Bureau Veritas has conducted independent certification and analysis of consumer goods since 1894, ensuring that their producers meet the strictest standards for food quality and safety. We’ve achieved ISO 22005 certification on select Certified Origins products, providing proof to consumers that our goods are truly authentic and ethically produced.
We believe that the best foods are naturally produced. Whenever possible, we source from growers dedicated to non-GMO and organic farming practices.
The European Union has created precise regulations for safeguarding foods linked to certain specific geographical areas. Protected Geographical Indication preserves the rights and livelihoods of local growers and farmers who work hard to produce the finest in authentic products. It also protects consumers from illegal practices which can affect the safety, price, and quality of their foods.
We’re the industry leader in traceability, because transparency builds trust. Our Trace-to-Source program is good for consumers and growers alike. By providing detailed information about the harvest, cultivars, and contributing farms, we initiate trust and encourage ethical practices – while creating deeper, more meaningful connections with the food we eat.
Today, we’re taking traceability to a whole new level, by leveraging blockchain technology to provide deeper insight into our food supply chain.