Fee Changes for New Products & Services, and Use of the CCOF Name or Seal on Uncertified Brands

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August 7, 2017
Effective August 9, 2017, the fee for adding a new product or service will increase to $75 per item. The fee for use of CCOF’s name and seal on a non-CCOF certified private labels will increase to $350 for up to five unique products (UPCs). These fee increases more accurately reflect the necessary staffing that these additions require, and will ensure CCOF is able to meet the service expectations for clients and their private label owners/marketers.  
 
Details are available in the CCOF Certification Services Program Manual
 
The National Organic Certification Cost Share Program remains in place, and can help offset certification costs.