Archive: May 2016

Don’t take a chance with a manufacturer that isn’t NSF Certified Organic


Posted on May 20th, 2016, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


A certification is validation of process that will save you time and money. The Organic market is set to grow to 16 billion by 2020, and everyone is looking to get into this hot new market. But unlike other products, the official seal of Organic takes time. There’s a lot of nuances that go into […]



Is My Organic Product a Cosmetic or a Drug?


Posted on May 20th, 2016, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


Some products are considered and regulated as drugs by regulatory agencies. It’s true that Organic is the fastest growing market with a big future in the skin and sun care industry, but before you start making plans for its delivery, make sure you partner with someone who knows your product and the industry inside and […]



Different Types of Organic Products.


Posted on May 20th, 2016, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


Which type is right for your product and consumer? There are different levels of Organic that a product can be held to. We can help you identify and comply with a definition that meets your market. To have products that can display the USDA Organic Seal and the certifying agent’s name: “100 percent Organic” claims […]



Natural isn’t the Same as Organic.


Posted on May 20th, 2016, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


The industry knows the difference and increasingly consumers do, too. Natural products are also a part of the overall personal care market, but does it mean the same as Organic? Natural isn’t the same as Organic. One large reason is the difference in regulation. To date, there is no official definition by regulatory agencies about […]