Organic production reduces the chemical residues on the environment because it does not apply pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, etc.
Organic practices helps to reduce chemical contamination of soil, water and atmosphere.
The organic production methods aim to prevent soil erosion, promote the biodiversity and help to utilize properly the natural resources.
Canaspirit is one of the pioneering companies in the segment certified organic IBD, IFOAM and USDA in Brazil.
IBD is the largest certifier in Latin America and the only Brazilian certifier of organic products that is accredited under IFOAM (international market), ISO Guide 65 (European market, rule CE 834/2007), Demeter (international market), USDA/NOP (North American market) and INMETRO / MAPA (Brazilian market), making it’s certificate accepted globally.
IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements)is the world's largest organic organization, uniting more than 750 institutions members from 116 countries, offering the Organic Guarantee System (OGS).
USDA (US Department of Agriculture) has the goal to develop, maintain and expand U.S. products to the world markets. The department has presence in over 90 countries through its agency Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS).
Canaspirit is also part of Organics Brazil, which is a program designed to promote worldwide Brazilian organic and sustainable producers. The institution is fostered by Apex Brazil, the Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments.