Guidelines For Organic Certification of Individuals, Farms and Businesses Producing Organic Agricultural Products September 2021

Guidelines For Organic Certification of Individuals, Farms and Businesses Producing Organic Agricultural Products September 2021

Although Uganda has a huge potential, its participation in Organic Agriculture export market is very limited because of the strict sanitary and Phytosanitary requirements of the export markets, low levels of production and quality. Heightened development and promotion of quality standards accelerates production of Organic products, enhances their access to prime markets and increases farmers’ incomes. This publication highlights guidelines for certification of individual farms, exporters and businesses producing Organic Agricultural products.

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