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According to a recent press release, the organic feed market is anticipated to reach $12.6 billion by 2028. More and more, consumers and farmers are conscious about the manufacturing and farming practices that produced their feed ingredients. As we know, the organic nature of raw materials depends upon the reliability and trustworthiness of the sources themselves.

Where does Acadian Kelp™ fit into the mix? We create certified organic feed ingredients you can trust. Here are the organic certification providers we are willing to stand by.

How We Ensure Organic Seaweed Products

The Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed we use for our Acadian Kelp™ products is harvested from wild-grown sources along the Atlantic coastlines of North America. By monitoring the health of the seaweed stock and only harvesting a sustainable amount of the natural resource itself, we can ensure the raw materials of our feed supplements do not include any additives or prohibited substances.

More than just starting off organic, the finished product needs to advance through the manufacturing process while remaining pure and rich in nutrients. At Acadian Kelp™, we create a traceable process that catalogs and records the origins and quality of each load of seaweed. With our organic-friendly animal feed processing methods, the end result is a supplement that boosts the health and wellbeing of the animals eating it.

Our Organic Feed Certifications

When you are looking to provide your animals with organic sources of sustenance, you can’t take the manufacturer’s word alone on it. You must go with certified organic feed ingredients with a variety of verifications. Here are the certifications that our Acadian Kelp™ products possess:

  • Pro-Cert Organic – Across North America, this organic certification is recognized for its rigorous inspection process that includes the expertise of food scientists, agrologists, biologists and animal scientists to determine the organic integrity of certified products.
  • OMRI Listed for Organic Use – Geared towards producers, this nonprofit organization conducts independent reviews that determine certified organic production and processing.
  • USDA Organic – Any feed product that is USDA organic certified must be grown and processed under federal guidelines with factors that range from their soil quality to their use of insecticides, herbicides or any additives.
  • Canada Organic – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency provides this certification to organizations and products the stringent Canadian Organic Standards.


Are you looking for certified organic feed ingredients to include in your products or provide to your livestock? Review our organic certifications to see how we stand out from the crowd.


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