Find a licensee

If you would like to find out if a particular farm or company holds an organic licence with Soil Association Certification you can do so here, using our online search facility.

The businesses listed here are those who are registered under the various organic certification schemes we operate. Our aim is to provide as much support to organic consumers and businesses as we can, to deliver trust in organic certification. We share all information that is available in the public domain (according to regulation (EC) 834/2007 and ISO guide 65) via this directory and on request. We can confirm whether a company is registered with us but for full assurance, you should always request a copy of the company's trading schedule for a list of approved products, or contact us for more information.

Operations that cease to be certified are removed immediately from this directory. If you cannot find who you are looking for however, this does not necessarily mean they are not certified; in this event we recommend that you contact us for further information.

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You can view all licensees operating outside the EU or use the search below to find other Soil Association licensees.

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Fraudulent certificates

Falsely representing food or drink products as certified organic contravenes EU organic regulations 834/2007 and 889/2008.

Although it is rare, occasionally it is brought to our attention that companies have falsely represented their products or company as being certified organic by Soil Association Certification. The companies listed below fall into this category and this information is provided to assist you to make informed choices. To find information on our many legitimately certified licensees please see our licensee checker below or please call us during office hours on 0117 914 2406 and we’ll be pleased to help.

The following fraudulent certificates and/or misuse of the symbol have been reported to Soil Association Certification:

 

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