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Desert Whale Jojoba Maintains High Organic Standards

November 30, -0001

Desert Whale Jojoba Co., Inc. Tucson, AZ, has had its QAI (NOP) organic certification renewed for 2009, marking Desert Whale’s eighth consecutive year providing the high quality organic jojoba and natural emollients to the personal care industry.

Desert Whale has also renewed its EU Certification (EEC 2092/91) for its organic jojoba oils and meal, sunflower oil, rose hip oil, and sesame oils, plus organic shea butter. Additionally, a variety of the company’s jojoba products, including new Jojoba Illuminate, have been authorized by EcoCert as an approved raw material for complying with the natural and organic cosmetic standards.

More info: www.desertwhale.com
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