Organic Commitment
USDA Organic LableMember Organic Trade Association
For information regarding the USDA Organic National Standards, please click HERE

What is "Organic Agriculture"?
Organic agriculture is an ecological production system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil activity. The term "organic" denotes an entire process that requires dedicated work and deep care, using resources in a renewable manner to stimulate a growing environment that is safe, natural, and productive.

Organic Is More than "Pesticide Free"
  • Organic means an agricultural process that does not rely on synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.
  • Organic crops are grown under a system of food production that promotes soil health and sustainable agricultural methods.
  • Organic products are processed to keep the highest nutritional value without using artificial preservatives, colors, waxes, additives, or irradiation.
  • All Lakewood Organic Juices are Independently Third Party Certified by Florida Organic Growers (FOG) and Quality Certification Services (QCS). 
  • Products labeled "Certified Organic" have been grown and processed under strict codes and standards established by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and meet all USDA National Standards implemented Oct. 2002.

How To Identify Organically Produced Food
Currently, there are four types of Organic Products.
Products Labeled:
  • "100% Organic" (100% Organic Ingredients)
  • "Organic" (95-100% Organic Ingredients)
  • "Made with Organic Ingredients" (at least 70% Organic Ingredients)
  • May not make any "Organic" claims on front of package, but may list some organic ingredients in the side panel (less than 70% Organic Ingredients