We are proud that our pure sea buckthorn oils have USDA Organic Certification. SeabuckWonders products are made with 100% USDA-certified organic sea buckthorn oil — the highest quality available.
Why Are Certifications Important?
Certifications are becoming more important every day in our industry. That's because the market is being flooded with impostor sea buckthorn (and other) oils. Third-party certifications put the supply chain up to the magnifying glass.
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What qualifies a product as organic? Crops like sea buckthorn must be grown with conservation of soil and water in mind. Organic farming encourages the health of soil. It cannot include any harmful pesticides. Certified organic crops cannot be grown with fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients. Fertilizers cannot include or sewage sludge; bioengineering; or ionizing radiation. Organic farming focuses on keeping things clean for future generations.
USDA Organic Certification
Organic farming is safer than traditional agriculture. Traditional agriculture exposes growers and customers to harmful chemicals and carcinogens. It is a more ethical and healthy method for everyone involved.
Important Goals Of Organic Farming
Healthy Water and Air
Fighting Climate Change
Healthy Soil Practices
Healthy soil holds nutrients and water necessary for plant growth. Soil erosion is a big concern when it comes to large scale farming. When soil erodes, it makes farm land infertile which makes the growth of food impossible. Large-scale industrial farming causes soil erosion at a high rate. Natural processes can also cause soil erosion, but it's crucial for farmers to fight it.
Some Soil-Friendly Processes That Organic Farms Use To Prevent This Include:
Organic farming helps to support biodiversity in nature. Biodiversity is important when it comes to supporting life on our planet. Earth is an interconnected tapestry of lifeforms that support one another. Both crops and pollinator species depend on each other. To ensure healthy crops, biodiversity in microorganisms in soil is also important. Crops of food are also put at risk when biodiversity deteriorates. For example different varieties of crops protect against disease, drought and other blights. If one variety cannot survive another can, prevent the loss of a valuable food source.
Better for Workers
To be certified organic, a product must be made responsibly so as to help preserve the environment. It is also much safer than traditional agriculture which exposes the producers and the customers to harmful chemicals and carcinogens. It is a more ethical method of production as well that focuses on a harmonious symbiotic relationship between all parties involved.