Oregon Tilth Logos

#Using Oregon Tilth logos

New or changed labels using the Oregon Tilth logo to represent certification must be reviewed and approved by the OTCO per the requirements for farm, processing, NSF/ANSI 305 or Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).

Are modifications to the Oregon Tilth logo allowed?

No. The Oregon Tilth logo can’t be altered, including changing color, fonts, orientation, or distortion of shape. A full color, black and white, and black and white inverse logo are available for use. The black and white and black and white inverse seals may have the white portion transparent.

Who is allowed to use the Oregon Tilth logos?

Our logos are available for OTCO-certified clients in good standing. Several options are available for use.

#Oregon Tilth Certified Organic (OTCO) Logos

OTCO logo in black and white

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OTCO logo in white with a transparent background

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OTCO logo in full color 

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#OPT Grass-Fed Organic Certification Seal

Who can use the OPT Grass-Fed Organic seal?

The OPT Certified Grass-Fed Organic seal is only available for OPT Certified Grass-Fed Organic-certified clients in good standing.

How do I request the OPT Grass-Fed Organic seal?

To use the OPT Certified Grass-Fed Organic seal on any labeling, packaging or marketing materials other than the OPT certificate, you must complete and sign a licensing agreement with OPT. Contact the OPT Program Director at ltonti@organicplustrust.com.

A fee for use of the seal shall be assessed and collected from each certified operation that uses the seal on product packaging, labeling or point of sale information. A fee exception is made for certified operations selling less than $15,000 per year of combined products certified to this program’s meat or dairy standard.

Are there special labeling requirements for using the OPT seal?

Labeling and composition requirements are outlined in your OPT Program Manual. A few highlights include:

  • Single-ingredient products composed of dairy or meat produced or derived from animals on operations certified to this program shall be labeled: “Certified Grass-Fed Organic Dairy ” or “Certified Grass-Fed Organic Meat .”
  • Multi-ingredient products containing livestock ingredients certified to OPT requirements should be labeled according to the USDA standards appropriate to the category and the placement of the labeling language outlined above shall be applied analogously to the use of the word “organic” under the USDA NOP.
  • If a multi-ingredient product meeting the program’s requirements is composed of 70 to 94 percent ingredients, it may be labeled “Contains Certified Grass-Fed Organic [ingredient described]” provided the remaining content of the product complies with organic requirements. In no case shall it contain the same ingredient certified to this program’s standard and a portion not certified to this program’s standard.

#Other certification seals and logos

Where can I find other logos associated with my certification?

USDA National Organic Program (USDA Organic) seal
Electronic versions of the USDA seal are available the USDA NOP website.

GOTS logo
Electronic versions of the GOTS logo can be obtained by contacting OTCO.

NSF/ANSI 305 logo
The logo is available on request. NSF or OTCO will supply you with logos after OTCO receives your NSF/ANSI 305 application for certification of the manufacturer of the NSF/ANSI 305 products.

Mexico Organic seal
Learn more about the rules for use as outlined in the SAGARPA General Rules of Use for the National Seal.


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