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Extended Services Program Update

CCOF now offers extended services to any client who chooses to enroll in the Extended Services Program. We offer a suite of additional services designed to meet the needs of the large companies, smaller companies with very active organic programs, and others that require more individualized service.

Elite Services Update

CCOF now offers elite level services to any client who chooses to enroll in the Elite Service program. We are offering a suite of elite level services designed to meet the needs of the large companies, smaller companies with very active organic programs, and others that require more individualized service.

Renewals: Still Due

As reported in the last issue of Certified Organic and on 10/27/10, CCOF annual certification renewals are due January 1, 2011. If you have not already paid your annual fees and submitted your renewal contract, you must do so immediately. Operations that do not complete BOTH of these steps by February 15, 2011, risk receiving a Notice of Noncompliance and a $75 fee. Complete this process online today.

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Certification Fee Schedule Changes

After more than five years without a change to CCOF's certification fee schedule, we are forced to implement changes to guarantee a high level of CCOF service in the future. CCOF clients will see these new fees reflected in their 2012 annual certification renewal. Though fees have not increased during this time, CCOF has improved service and responsiveness while experiencing significant increases in expenses and expectations from clients, the NOP, and accreditors. We continue to receive requests for faster service from clients of all sizes.

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Renewals Are Coming!

Renewals Are Coming!

To remain certified with CCOF every operation must submit an annual certification contract and pay their certification fees. This process plays a critical role in preserving the integrity of organic production and standards, and allows CCOF to continue to serve our clients and their needs. In early November, CCOF will mail renewals and annual invoices to all operations. To complete the renewal process and remain certified with CCOF, you must:

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Renewals: Still Due

As reported in the last issue of Certified Organic, CCOF certification renewals were due January 1, 2012. If you have not already paid your annual fees and submitted your renewal contract, you must do so immediately. Operations that do not complete BOTH of these steps by February 15, 2012, risk receiving a Notice of Noncompliance and a $75 fee. Complete this process online today.

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