The following logos would reveal the secret behind excellence of our products

Kosher Check

Kosher Check is a full-service certification agency with a difference. All Kosher agencies world-wide aim to certify that the ingredients and manufacturing processes of their clients follow the Jewish laws of Kosher as set out in the Torah (the Jewish Bible). Kosher Check goes further. Kosher Check, formerly BC Kosher, has long been the only agency in the world that requires their clients to be in good standing with all applicable food safety rules as a condition of kosher certification.
Read more: www.koshercheck.org

USDA Organic

The USDA organic seal is a seal, or a label, that is displayed on products that have been certified organic by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This seal, which has become recognizable to consumers seeking to purchase organic products, can help you choose the right organic items to purchase. However, the seal has some limitations. Most importantly, it applies only to food products.
The USDA recognizes two levels of certified products that are allowed to bear the USDA organic seal. They include:

100% USDA certified organic products - These must be made with 100% organic ingredients in order to display the USDA Organic Seal.
Organic products -These products, which aren't 100% organic, must be made with at least 95% organic ingredients in order to display the USDA organic seal.
Read more: www.usda.gov

EU Organic

The main objective of the European logo is to make organic products easier to be identified by the consumers. Furthermore it gives a visual identity to the organic farming sector and thus contributes to ensure overall coherence and a proper functioning of the internal market in this field.
The logo and the labelling rules are an important part of the organic regulations. With this regulatory framework the European Union provides conditions under which the organic sector can progress in the line with production and market developments, thus improving and reinforcing the EU organic farming standards and import and inspection requirements.
Read more: www.ec.europa.eu

ISO 22000:2005

ISO 22000:2005 sets out the requirements for a food safety management system and can be certified to. It maps out what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe. It can be used by any organization regardless of its size or position in the food chain.




Vegan Certified

In 1944 The Vegan Society created the word 'vegan'. This Trademark is the authentic international vegan standard that bears its name. Products registered with the Vegan Trademark are free of all animal ingredients and animal tested ingredients. The Vegan Society details a number of criteria that must be met before a product can be registered with the Vegan Trademark.
When buying products carrying the vegan sunflower, you know right away that the world's leading vegan authority has checked that this product or service is free of animal ingredients and testing. No more reading ingredients lists, no need for you to contact companies.
Read more: www.vegansociety.com


Australian certified Organic

Choosing products wearing the Australian Certified Organic logo saves you time at the store because it represents all the good things you expect from a product

Non GM
Socially responsible
Biodiversity friendly and of course
Grown free from synthetic pesticides, herbicides, hormones and antibiotics.

Businesses using the Australian Certified Organic logo are annually and randomly audited, as are products wearing the logo. The Bud logo is the most recognised organic certification mark amongst Australian consumers and appears on over 14,000 products.
Read more: www.austorganic.com


Are you interested to learn more about coconuts and its wonders? These sites may help!

www.coconutoil.com
www.coconutresearchcenter.org
www.cri.gov.lk