Organic cotton enters the international market and needs to be certified first. There are many organizations engaged in the designation and certification of organic cotton standards at home and abroad. If you want to buy organic cotton products, first check the product for the corresponding certification mark.
International certification body: International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements IFOAM is one of the major international certification bodies, and has developed relatively influential “organic textile standards”. Other well-known international certification bodies include the United States’ Organic Trade Association (OTA), the Soil Association of the United Kingdom, the International Association of Natural Industries (IVN.), and the International Association of Europe. Organized by Demeter, KRAV in Sweden and Northern Europe, and Japan Organic Cotton Association (JOCA, Japan). The IMO (Institute for Marketecology) and the Swedish Skal are well-known international certification bodies. IMO can be certified on behalf of OTA, INV, Demeter, etc. IMO is also a Wal-Mart organic cotton project in Turkey, India, China, Pakistan and Africa. Certification body.
Domestic certification bodies: China Green China Organic Food Certification Center and Nanjing Guohuan Organic Product Certification Center are domestic certification bodies.