EU Certification scheme

EU-Certification scheme

ICERT apply Organic Regulation (EU) 2018/848 , will apply throughout the European Union as the new legal regulation for organic farming, replacing Regulation (EC) No 834/ EGAC (Egyptian Accreditation body )

Benefit to customer

Certification provides marketing opportunities in the European Union.


European Commission on organic farming

New Organic Regulation (EU) 2018/848 (including all delegated and implementing acts)


Regulation (EC) 2021/1698


Regulation (EU) 2021/2325


ICERT Financial Support

1.     From Organic / ISO 9001, 22000, 14001, 45001 Certificates

2.     Training courses 



 client’s rights:

1. Registration of any products in all manufacturers or manufacturers of this product

2. She has the right to annual dismissal if he passes the effective annual examination

3. The right to obtain IP export certificates, licenses, or status statements from the OIA Inspection Office, or other services that do not conflict with the Organic Farming Law or IITVC.

4. The right to a copy of the inspection report

5. The office’s commitment to the terms of its contract

6. He has the right to make any amendment to the company’s certificate as long as this amendment does not violate the law or the Organic Farming Law

7. He has the right to transfer to any other inspection office at any time as long as he does not have any penalties from the inspection office to which he is transferred. If he has any penalties, they must be closed before the transfer, and a statement must be obtained from the inspection office that he has no penalties or financial dues.

8. It is possible to register in more than one inspection office at the same time in the following cases:

·        Differences in the applied organic farming laws (i.e. registering the company according to a European organic farming law in an inspection canter and an American law in another canter, for example)

·        Variation in the manufacturing system used (such as manufacturing and drying herbs in one canter, medicinal and aromatic oils in another canter, or fibres in a third canter, and so on)

·        Product variation (such as fruit, crops, and herbs in an inspection centre, and animal production, fodder, honey, or mushrooms in another centre)

9. It is not permissible to register the same crop, manufacturing system and the same law in more than one centre

10. The contract with the inspection office can be terminated or canceled at any time, and it is not possible to contract with another office as long as it has penalties (like the previous one)

11. He has the right to file any complaint or grievance regarding any injustice or bias that occurred to him from the inspection office to higher authorities, such as the inspection centre accreditation office, or the responsible authorities, whether national or the European Union.

12. Complete confidentiality from the inspection office for all its data, work, clients, and all the activities it carries out. No information is released from the centre to any party except with written permission signed by the client himself.


 client’s duties:

1. Full compliance with the Organic Farming Law and its provisions

2. Commitment to all terms of the contract with the inspection centre and its announced policies

3. Compliance with all inspection centre requests and inspection requirements

4. Commitment to pay all costs and financial dues to the inspection centre

5. Do not deceive the inspection centre and give it any false or misleading information

6. Commitment to implementing any decisions or penalties from the inspection centre

7. Workers must be trained on the rules of organic farming, manufacturing conditions, and on health and personal hygiene


Related Reference Websites

EC regulation:


Bio Suisse:


Global G.A.P:

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