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    • Exporting Organic Lemons Oxnard Lemon Company CCOF Annual Meeting Export Markets Workshop February 19, 2011
    • Steps to Getting and Maintaining Global Market Access (GMA) Certification
      • Initial organic certification with CCOF
      • Application for Global Market Access Certification
          • Application
          • International Standards
          • Product Labeling
          • Audit Trail Documents
      • Confirming export certification of suppliers
          • Extended Affidavits
    • Steps to Getting and Maintaining Global Market Access (GMA) Certification
      • Importer Certification – JAS for Japan
          • 3 rd Party Screening and Certification of importer, packaging, and warehouse company
          • 4 months and much paperwork
          • Separate certification for each commodity
          • JAS mark and certificate holder number on each package
          • Audit 1 to 2 times per year
          • Cost - $3,000 for initial screening, $2,000 for Annual Fee
          • Challenge – Risk of fumigation, fruit cannot be sold as organic
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    • Global Market Access (GMA) Application Certificate
    • TM-11 JAS Certificate
    • Export Documentation
      • Bill of Lading
          • Clearly marked as Organic product
          • Lot number for traceback shows on bill of lading
      • TM-11
          • Complete and send to Certifier for approval
    • Challenges
          • Getting Extended Affidavits from suppliers
          • Not all suppliers are certified for all export markets
          • Increased time and effort to segregate product for
          • each differing export market
          • Customer Concerns
            • Not enough supply, yet increasing Japanese organic product
            • High prices for organic, customers expect perfection
            • Customers confuse organic and non-chem
    • Conventional Pack Lines
    • Electronic Grading and Sizing
    • Separate Organic wash/wax line
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    • Helpful Resources
          • CCOF staff
          • CCOF website – www.ccof.org
            • GMA application
            • Extended Affidavit forms
            • TM-11 forms
            • Cost Share Funds form – up to $750 per year of
            • certification fees – www.ccof.org/costshare.php