Organic agriculture produces products using methods that preserve the environment and avoid most synthetic materials, such as pesticides and antibiotics. USDA organic standards describe how farmers grow crops and raise livestock and which materials they may use. Organic farmers, ranchers, and food processors follow a defined set of standards to produce organic food and fiber. Congress described general organic principles in the Organic Foods Production Act, and the USDA defines specific organic standards. These standards cover the product from farm to table including soil and water quality, pest control, livestock practices, and rules for food additives.
Organic farms and processors:
- Preserve natural resources and biodiversity
- Support animal health and welfare
- Provide access to the outdoors so that animals can exercise their natural behaviors
- Receive annual onsite inspections
- Separate organic food from non-organic food
Our air sanitation systems are compatible with organic standards while offering the following benefits:
- Fungicidal Control
- Highly efficient control of molds such as penicillium, Botrytis, Aspergillus, Rhizopus, and Monilinia, by means of oxide reduction and not chemicals.
- Delay In Ripening And Decay
- Continuous breakdown of the ethylene molecule present in holding rooms for climacteric fruits and flowers.
- Dehydration Control
- Increases the electrostatic charge in the treated area which limits the opening of stomata in certain vegetable structures.
- Food Safety
- Fast and efficient disruption of bacteria membrane cells present on the surface of fresh products.
Our air sanitation systems continuously clean the air without toxic chemicals using oxygen. These systems protect food and consumers making sure you get the purest product available.