Taiwan Organic rules and certification. Legislative acts are the legal basis for determining whether products inside Taiwan can be marketed as organic, including those imported from outside Taiwan. The United States currently has organic equivalence agreements with Canada, the European Union, Japan, Korea and Switzerland. For more information, visit the USDA National Organic Program website. According to Statista, more than 86 percent of Taiwanese consumers said their fruits and vegetables are organic, nearly 45 percent want all dairy and dairy products to be organic, and more than 40 percent of them look for the same in eggs and poultry. Scope. This Equivalence Agreement is limited to organic products raised either in the United States or Taiwan or to products for which final processing or packaging is carried out in the United States or Taiwan. These include products processed or packaged in the United States. or in Taiwan containing organic ingredients from third countries certified in accordance with USDA or Taiwan standards. Taiwan`s first batch of sesame powder with organic certification was sold in Japan, Agriculture Minister Chen Chi-chung (陳吉仲) said.
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