About Nutiva’s Certifications
Nutiva uses the finest certified-organic ingredients, grown without pesticides and herbicides — safer for you and for the planet.
Our products are certified by Quality Assurance International (QAI).
|Nutiva obtained the right to use the new USDA Organic Symbol when it became effective in October 2002.
View Certification HERE Also, view our Organic System Plan Summary
|Nutiva is certified Non-GMO by the Non-GMO project.
View Certification HERE
|Nutiva is certified kosher by KSA(Kosher Supervision of America).View Nutiva’s Kosher Certification Letter HERE||Nutiva products are also certified-organic by Ecocert for use in the European Region (EU).
View Certification HERE
- Learn more about Nutiva’s Non-GMO Policy HERE.
- To learn more about GMO and its health and ecological dangers, please visit Jeffery Smith’s Seeds of Deception.
- Take a tour of our organic, non-gmo products in our store!
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