The Organic Industry Standards and Certification Council maintains the National Standards for Organic and Biodynamic Produce, to ensure continued consumer confidence and International market access.
Established in 2009, OISCC is the governing body responsible for all things pertaining to organic certification.
The NScC is an independent committee responsible or making recommendations on the National Standard
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Call for submissions
The National Standards Sub Committee (NSsC) is calling for applications to revise the Annexes pertaining to production and processing inputs. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for nominations
The National Standards Sub Committee (NSsC) nomination process for 2021 has now closed.
If you have a complaint about a product currently on the market then please this form to let us know of your concerns.
The Australian Organic Mark
The Organic Mark is Australia’s own national organic seal, and is available for use for operators who comply with the Australian National Standards for Organic and Biodynamic Produce.
It is registered as a Certification Trade Mark with the ACCC, and is underpinned by the Consumer Law 2010.
The Organic Mark must be displayed in conjunction with a certifying body’s logo.
Certified organic producers, processors and others who wish to apply the Organic Mark must contact their certification body for details.