The IBD certifies all agricultural products and empowers associations of producers on organic production standards. An alternatively grown product does not necessarily mean being an organic product, the difference lies in certification, that offer to consumers the assurance that products labeled "organic" have, in fact, been produced within organic farming standards.

What it means

Organic products certified by IBD include agricultural projects, production of inputs, food industrialization, beef cattle, fish farming, and forestry. This seal means that the product is grown without chemical or transgenic substances, complies with national health, environmental and labor laws and that this guarantee extends to IBD certified raw material suppliers.