The FrameworkAbout

Soil Association Organic

The Soil Association was formed in 1946 and published its first organic standard in 1967. The Soil Association Organic certification is available for Food & Drink, Farming, Beauty, Fashion, Forestry and Food Service industries. It focuses on safeguarding the environment with additional standards protecting animal welfare and human health.

Visit website
Sustainable Development Goals
Proof Point Level
Product Business

Standard Summary

  • Products must legally comply with the EU Organic Regulation

  • Meet any additional Soil Association standards based on industry

  • All actors of the supply chain must adhere to standards

  • In-person annual audit

  • Certification is valid a year

  • Inspectors are also inspected every year

  • For beauty products: at least 70% of (non-water) ingredients are certified organic

Additional Resources

Soil Association Standards

Get the latest Framework news

Sign up to stay up to date with the latest resources, legislation and insights as well as our next Q&A webinar on the Provenance Framework.

Thanks for signing up. We'll be in touch soon.
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.