Information in English
All providers of organic products in Norway are certified by Debio. We ensure that farms and fish farms, processing and marketing enterprises, importers and others follow the regulations for organic production, and meet the requirements for marketing organic products under Debio’s Ø-label.
Debio’s Ø-label and import
The Ø-label can be applied to imported products that are certified by an accredited body in the country of origin, in accordance with regulations that correspond to Norwegian rules and regulations. The application form for use of Debio’s Ø-label can be downloaded from this page. Please send the application to email@example.com or the postal address written in the application form.
All of Debio`s labels are gathered in one zip-folder, and you will find the Ø-label (called O-merke) you need in this folder.
Application for use og Debios Ø-label for organic products exported to Norway
EU control bodies organic sector
Most of Debio’s services deal with the inspection of organic production in accordance with the Norwegian «Regulations on the Production and Labelling of Organic Agricultural Products». The inspection services are founded on an agreement with the Norwegian Food Safety Authority, and the regulation is based on the EU Council Regulation 2092/91. It covers farming, processing, import and marketing of organic agricultural products.
The guidance documents for the Norwegian organic agriculture and market are only in Norwegian, and are to be found here.
Are you considering organic production, contact us and we will help you.
Organic Aquaculture includes the farming of various fish species in freshwater, saltwater and brackish water. The standards cover salmonoids (salmon, trout, rainbow trout and char), perch, pikeperch and cod. Organic aquacultue is regulated through the EU regulations on organic production and labeling of organic products.