USDA Organic certification verifies that your farm or handling facility located anywhere in the world complies with the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) organic regulations and allows you to sell, label, and represent your products as organic. These regulations describe the specific standards required for you to use the word ‘organic’ or the USDA organic seal on food, feed, or fibre products. The USDA National Organic Program administers these regulations, with substantial input from its citizen advisory board and the public. In the United States, federal legislation defines three levels of organic foods. Products made entirely with certified organic ingredients and methods can be labelled ‘100% organic,’ while only products with at least 95% organic ingredients may be labelled ‘organic.’ Both of these categories may also display the ‘USDA Organic’ seal. A third category, containing a minimum of 70% organic ingredients, can be labelled ‘made with organic ingredients,’ but may not display the USDA Organic seal.