The Soil Association is the main organic certification body in the UK. It was created in 1946 by a group of farmers, nutritionists and scientists.

The Soil Association charter requires that organic products contain a maximum of organic ingredients that have undergone a minimum of processing.


"Made with x% of organic ingredients"

Soil Association organic certification standards




minimum of all ingredients are from organic farming (with a 70% minimum)
Soil Association requires all of its certified products to show the organic percentage on the packaging. 
    No GMO, synthetic fragrances, colors, petroleum derivatives, polymers, parabens or other potentially harmful substances.
    Ingredients must be obtained through simple physical or chemical processes with no use of synthetic molecule.
    No animal testing at all.
    Wild-harvested ingredients are authorized with biodiversity respect limits, in particular regarding endangered species.


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