In order for farmers to derive benefits from organic farming methods, consumers need to trust that the rules on organic production are being followed. Therefore, the EU maintains the following strict system of control and enforcement to guarantee that organics rules and regulations are being followed properly. Our company is certified by CERES (Certification of Environmental Standards GmbH).


Operating as a public-private partnership, NOP accredits private companies and helps train their inspectors to certify that farms and businesses meet the national organic standards. USDA and accredited certifiers also work together to enforce the standards, ensuring a level playing field for producers and protecting consumer confidence in the integrity of the USDA Organic Seal.


The COR is a non-traditional regime for the CFIA and the SFCR (Safe Food for Canadians Regulations) provide a federal program for the regulation of Canadian organic products. The COR is designed to build on the existing system of domestic accreditation and certification. Almost all of our products are either COR certified directly or per the NOP/COR or EU/COR equivalency agreements.

Our foods products are Kosher certified by Maor Hakashrut.

Maor Hakashrut

We are proud to announce that our company is BRCGS Certified! While receiving the highest grade (AA), we are one of the three companies in Turkey to receive BRCGS for Agents & Brokers Standard. This certification is an essential milestone in our journey, as our mission is to provide top quality certified organic products and service to our customers.

BRCGS Certificated

What are Non-GMO Products?

GMO means genetically modified organisms and they are created in a laboratories, in other words it means their DNA’s have been altered or modified using genetic modification or engineering techniques. In order the goods to be organic, they have to be Non-GMO. We proudly confirm that all of the organic products that are supplied by our company are Non-GMO products.

For more information, please check out The Non-GMO Sourcebook.

What are Gluten-Free Foods exactly and how is the gluten determined in the organic products?

Although none of our suppliers for organic lentils, beans and/or seeds process gluten containing grains (Wheat/Barley/Rye/Triticale etc) in the same production plants and the plants are isolated from each other, the wheat kernels or berries may contaminate with the raw materials in the field as these items might grow in the same region as rotation plants and berries of these wheat plants may contaminate with the raw materials during the harvesting.

During the processing of organic lentils, beans and seeds, almost all the wheat type grains are cleaned from the product during processing, but technically it is not possible to guarantee 100% purity.

As you might now Gluten is a family of proteins found in grains like wheat, rye, barley and triticale etc. The maximum gluten content in the wheat kernels is 9.5% and the average protein content of wheat is 12% dry basis and 80% of the total protein in wheat is gluten. Based on this information, it would be appropriate to say 20mg/kg gluten is equal to 210 mg wheat kernel in 1 kg product, and it is equal to maximum of 0.021% wheat admixture. Therefore, the maximum wheat admixture level in the products are limited to 0.02%.

Also according to FDA and European Union regulations, the goods containing less than 20ppm gluten can be labeled as “Gluten-Free”. Even though Health Canada’s regulatory requirements for “gluten-free” foods do not refer to any specific threshold for gluten in products represented as “gluten-free”, Health Canada considers that levels of gluten protein below 20 ppm generally do not represent health risks to consumers with celiac disease.

Therefore the maximum gluten level is set to <20 ppm and these products can be marketed as “Gluten Free“.

On the other hand, some of our customers may require <10 ppm and we are able to do this for certain products. Please drop us an email for more details.