The National Organic Program has made several new additions to its program handbook.
The program has published four new resources in its handbook to help individuals meet all U.S. Department of Agriculture organic requirements, according to a news release.
The program also features updated lists of certifying agents. Individuals can search the lists by name or by location.
Domestic and foreign directories list certifying agents that have recently certified operations in specific U.S. state and foreign countries, according to the release.
The handbook is available electronically and can be printed by the user.
To view more information on the National Organic Program handbook visit their page online.