The GI logo of Thailand is mark which the Department of Intellectual Property approves for the GI producer to certify that the product originates from the registered geographical source, by which the producer has to comply with the control manual and control plan.
Three European Union schemes of geographical indications and traditional specialties, known as protected designation of origin (PDO), protected geographical indication (PGI), and traditional specialities guaranteed (TSG)
Moreover, to export organic products to Switzerland it is necessary to comply with the requirements of national and EC regulation into force, together with the additional requirements of Bio Suisse standards, plus receiving an inspection from the control body that controls and certify the company for EC Reg. 834/07.
The Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS) was fully implemented in 2001 and revised in 2005. All JAS certifiers are required to be accredited by the Ministry of Agriculture. The term "organic" may be used only by certified producers.
The Canadian Organic Products Regulations (COR) was implemented at the federal level in 2009, which is a mandatory certification required for agricultural products represented as organic in import, export and inter-provincial trade, and those that carry the federal organic logo. The COR is a benchmark of NOP (USDA).
The French organic certification was introduced in 1985 with “AB - Agriculture Biologique” mark, which is fulfills the EU regulation for organic food. The certification process is overseen a public institute "Agence française pour le développement et la promotion de l'agriculture biologique" (usually abbreviated "Agence bio"). The actual certification authorities include a number of different institutes.
The EU-wide label for organic food has been mandatory throughout the EU Countries since July 2010 and become compulsory after 2 years of transition in 2012. The regulation organic products are grown derive from the guidelines of IFOAM EU countries acquired comprehensive organic legislation with the implementation of the EU-Eco-regulation (1992).
The National Organic Program (NOP) was enacted as federal legislation and it restricts the use of the term "organic" to certified organic producers. Certification is handled by state, non-profit and private agencies that have been approved by the USDA.
The IFOAM Standard is an internationally applicable organic standard born to create synergies and harmonization in the organic sector at global level. Bioagricert Organic Standard has been accredited by IFOAM since 1996.
ACT received IFOAM accreditation from IOAS in 2001. ACT is the first certification body in Asia to get this recognition. In this programme, the scope of certification that ACT can offer includes crop production, wild harvest, aquaculture, processing and handling, and commercial input certifications. Operators certified under this programme can use the ACT organic seal together with the label “IFOAM Accredited”. The ACT seal and IFOAM Accredited label must always accompany each other.