IBD is proud to be Latin America’s largest certifier of organic products and the only Brazilian certifier of organic products with IFOAM (international market) accreditation, ISO / IEC 17065 (European market-regulation CE 834/2007), Demeter (market). USDA / NOP (US market) and approved for use with the SISORG seal (Brazilian market), which makes your certificate globally accepted.
In addition to organic certification protocols, IBD also offers sustainability certifications: Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), Union for Ethical BioTrade (UEBT), IBD Fair Trade, UTZ (coffee, cocoa), RFA (Rainforest Alliance), 4C (coffee), ISCC and SAI Plataform.
Located in Botucatu / SP (Brazil), since its foundation, IBD has been operating in all Brazilian states, as well as in more than 2 countries. See IBD’s global map of activity assisting in the development of sustainable production standards and promotion of Fair Trade. Located in Botucatu / SP (Brazil), since its foundation, IBD has been operating in all Brazilian states, as well as in more from 2 countries. See IBD’s global map of activity assisting in the development of sustainable production standards and promotion of Fair Trade.
IBD’s philosophy is its commitment to the earth and man, ensuring respect for the environment, good working conditions and highly reliable products.
In 2021, IBD joined the QIMA Group, QIMA is a leading provider of supply chain compliance solutions with a division dedicated to the food industry (QIMA Food Solutions). It focuses on the agricultural sector, food manufacturers, and retailers by helping them make products consumers can trust.
QIMA’s Food Solutions services include inspections, audits, and certifications carried out by two business units:
Quality certification of products and production processes with:
IBD acquires accreditation with IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements)
Acquires accreditation with IOAS and also with the European Common Market.
This year IBD is able to audit companies wishing to export to the American market, being accredited by the USDA.
That year, in addition to being able to audit the UEBT protocol, it is also accredited by the Ministry of Agriculture.
Another achievement, IBD begins to audit the 4C seal for coffee growing.
Receives accreditation to audit Rainforest and RSPO.
Two more important achievements, it is able to audit ISCC and FSA certifications.