For UK organic products to be sold as ‘organic’ in the EU, the EU had to grant an ‘equivalency agreement’ to the UK and up
NI will be able to send its organic goods to the EU as it does now. The EU has confirmed control bodies established in NI
The EU has equivalence arrangements with 13 countries. Some of these have been rolled over so that they will apply to the UK and trade
GB must use the following: UK Agriculture Non UK Agriculture UK/ Non UK Agriculture NI must use the following where the EU logo is used:
GB operators exporting to the EU can continue using their long term existing Control Body Codes (GB-ORG-XX).
All imports from third countries, except from the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland, must be accompanied by a GB Certificate of Inspection (CoI) from
Is it okay to use packaging with the EU organic logo on it for GB-produced foods sold in GB after transition?
GB organic businesses retain the option to use the EU organic logo.