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Because of its self-reliant nature, organic farming tends to support smaller farming operations, which may be of great advantage in developing nations and regions in helping to establish viable and sustainable agriculture.
So if you lab isn’t ISO17025 accredited, has detection limits and you plan on exporting you should plan on finding another lab because when they check in destination the labs going to test to and they will be ISO17025 accredited so their results win no matter what your report says. (exception would be for post harvest substances because they are applied at higher concentrations usually over 1 ppm so the ppm detection limit isnt as crucial but ISO17025 still is)
Internationally, equivalency negotiations are underway, and some agreements are already in place, to harmonize certification between countries, facilitating international trade . There are also international certification bodies, including members of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) working on harmonization efforts. Where formal agreements do not exist between countries, organic product for export is often certified by agencies from the importing countries, who may establish permanent foreign offices for this purpose. In 2011 IFOAM introduced a new program - the IFOAM Family of Standards - that attempts to simplify harmonization. The vision is to establish the use of one single global reference (the COROS) to access the quality of standards rather than focusing on bilateral agreements.