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December 15, 2022

Since the inception of the Canadian Pine Pollen Company, our priorities have always been fixated on the following:


  1. To serve our customers with only the purest, cleanest, and most natural products they have ever had 

  1. To harvest the products in the most environmentally-friendly way possible

It’s been years in the making, but we are finally proud to announce that our pine pollen products have received the Certified Organic certification as defined by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and its international equivalents (USDA, etc). 

The process of getting our products certified as organic was extremely long and tedious. The criteria set by governments and third-party agencies are stricter than you can imagine - but that’s how they separate the good products from the best products.


For a product to receive the organic badge, you must keep track of the smallest details in the production process to ensure the soil, plants, and environment are as healthy as stated in the criteria. The foods can’t use any form of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers, and must not be produced using genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Certified Organic foods must also be produced in a way that keeps their organic integrity - this means no use of any artificial preservatives. And of course, this is all constantly reviewed by inspection agencies to guarantee the products are in fact, certified organic.


It might be a long process, but it’s all worth it in the end knowing we’re providing our customers with the gold standard of pine pollen products. We are proud to offer certified organic pine pollen to you, and we are committed to providing the highest-quality products that support your health and well-being. 


Stay wild, and keep an eye out for that badge next time you go shopping for our pine pollen!


To read more on the certified organic standards, here is a good article going in-depth on it:

https://www.canada-organic.ca/en/what-we-do/organic-101/what-organic


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