Mission, Vision, Values
The structure of the organic businessResources of organic business |
Dryers and cleaning equipment
CertificatesKey business processes |
Preparation of machinery for organic farming
Post harvesting and storage
Packaging, labelling and accounting
Formation of lots
Loading and customs clearance
ExportInternal organic control |
Internal organic standards
Monitoring of soil composition and green mass
Control of compliance with standards in crop rotation
Control of seeding material
Drone field monitoring
Machinery cleaning control
GPS monitoring of machinery
Control of cleaning of drying-cleaning equipment
Identification and control displacements of organic products
Control of vehicles suitabilityOrganic business ecosystem |
Our partners and suppliers
Authorities and social responsibility
International and national projects
Territorial communities and landowners
| Internal organic control |
Agricultural products become organic only if they get the accordant certificate valid for certain country or group of countries. Thus for Ukraine or Europe the organic status is got under the condition of getting the EU Certificate according to Council Regulation (EU) # 834/2007 (the former Council Regulation # 2092/91), Commission Regulation (EU) # 889/2008 and Commission Regulation (EU) # 1235/2008.
For certain organic trade unions, for example Bioland (Germany) and association Bio Suisse (Switzerland), it is not enough to have only European certificate to enter their markets. For this purpose it is mandatory to successfully get through the certification according to certain private standard. These standards are the most demanding and authoritative in the world.
The production of organic goods in the company Arnika is certified according to EU and BioSuisse standards as an evidence of the premium quality and purity of our goods and also as confirmation of compliance with these standards on all stages of organic production.
In 2017 we also got the access to the organic market of USA when we successfully got through certification according to the standard USDA (NOP) U.S. department of agriculture.