Organic certification organization, founded in 1991, ECOCERT S.A. is based in Europe but conducts inspections in over 80 countries, making it one of the largest organic certification organizations in the world. 

ECOCERT S.A. offers certification of corporate activities according to EC regulations 834/2007, 889/2008 and 1235/2008 relative to organic farming in the European Union.

USDA Organic is the certification of the United State Department of Agriculture. This certification controls the compliance of the company with the USDA organic regulations. Actually it describes the production standards allowing the use of the organic claim on the products. 

ECOCERT S.A. is accredited by the MAFF and certifies our products in accordance with the JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standard) to access to the Japanese market.

This logo proves that the products have been organic certified by the french “AB Agriculture Biologique” organism. 

Halal Certification

Cambodian Protected Geographical Indication PGI certification.

The logo placed on final packaging is the guarantee of the origin and the quality of Kampot Pepper

A Geographical Indication designates and protects a product come from a specific geographical area and particular quality, or others characteristics can be linked directly with this geographical origin.

Kampong Speu Palm Sugar Promotion Association (KSPA) led by the Ministry of Commerce in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries with financial support from AFD (French Development Agency) and technical assistance from GRET and CIRD.

TÜV SUD GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) is a certification assuring that the process uses in the food industry respect the standard regulations. 

Good Manufacturing Practices certification

TUV Rheinland is an international organization which delivers HACCP certification.

HACCP certification is an international standard defining the requirements for effective control of food safety.

This ECOCERT certification certifies the fair-trade products for which the producers receive a fair remuneration.