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Many people are choosing to purchase organic coffee instead of traditional, full sun coffee. Organic coffee has many benefits. Using age-old shade grown techniques to grow organic coffee, this procedure allows the environment to keep it's balance with nature by encouraging and maintaining the growth of trees, birds, and the entire ecosystem of the environment. When using full sun crops to grow coffee, trees are removed and this upsets the harmony and balance of that area's ecosystem. Therefore, organic coffee is in balance with nature.
Organic doesn't mean that it is without the safety standards and approval of the US government. Before a food product is labeled organic, a USDA certified inspector will inspect the agricultural farm to make sure that all safety standards and requirements have been met, to ensure that the food is organic. If a food product meets 95- 100% of the government's requirements for the standards of organic foods, the product will be allowed to display the USDA Organic Seal of approval. Today there are many regulations in place for something to be deemed "organic". Some of these regulations include:
· Domestic and Foreign Certifying Agents
· Accreditation Standards
· Approval with the USDA Organic Seal
· The NOP- National Organic Program
· Production and Handling Standards
· Labeling Standards
· Certification Standards
· Accreditation Standards
· Imported Agricultural Products

The National Organic Program gives consumers confidence that when they purchase organic coffee that has the USDA Organic Seal of Approval, they are in fact getting at least 95 - 100% organic coffee.
It is recommended that when storing organic coffee that you keep it in an airtight container and keep it in the freezer. This will prevent our organic coffee from going stale and will ensure that you have a perfect cup of coffee every time.


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