Organic Product Certificate
|Product Name:||MANGO EXTRACT 50 NATURAL
- This is to certify that the above product made by Advanced Biotech is qualified for use in Organic
Foods since it is all manufactured under criteria according to Natural Organic Program delineated by the USDA, accessable on the USDA website
Here, in the Act (7 U.S.C. 6502(21)), natural substance suitable for Organic Foods is defined as follows:
- Nonsynthetic (Natural) - A substance that is derived from mineral,
plant, or animal matter and does not undergo a synthetic process as defined in section
6502(21) of the Act (7 U.S.C. 6502 (21). For purposes of this Act non-synthetic
is used as a synonym for natural as the term is used in the Act.
- No Preservatives are used.
- Products have not been irradiated or sterilized or sterilized by gas.
- Products are guaranteed to be free of sewage and sludge.
- Products contain only the raw material mentioned.
- The specified raw material or the used processing aids, do not contain protein or DNA resulting from genetic modification (GMO).
- There are no additives and all solvents and carriers employed in the product are limited to the following natural solvents: ethanol, essential oils, water, vegetable oil, glycerol or CO2. The glycerin used in Advanced Biotech natural products is produced by the steam cracking of botanical-based vegetable oils with subsequent purification by distillation.
- The flavor is non-synthetic.
- The flavor has not been produced using synthetic solvents and carrier systems or any artificial preservatives.
- Meets the natural flavor definition as defined on the Natural List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances (7 CFR 205.605).
- The products are produced solely from Botanical, NON-GMO sources.
- The products comply to the regulations concerning maximum pesticide residues (RHmV).
- The products are manufactured according to the IOFI Guidelines for natural substances (Code of Practice Annex).
Accordingly, all Naturals sold by Advanced Biotech conform to the FDA definition for a natural flavoring 21 CFR 101.22(a)(3) and thus conforms to the guidelines outlined above in the Act (7 U.S.C. 6502(21)).
Robert DeSimone, Ph.D.,