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Aura Cacia Facility

November 14, 2005

l Frontier Natural Products Co-op’s Aura Cacia manufacturing facility in Wearville, CA received organic certification under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Organic program. The Aura Cacia Organics brand, a sister to the Aura Cacia brand, includes certified organic personal care products such as essential oils, Dead Sea mineral baths and skin care oils.
The certification assures retailers and conscientious consumers of the integrity of the organic label on Aura Cacia Organics brand personal care products, company executives said.
“Meeting the certified organic standards also required minor Aura Cacia Organics ingredient and label changes,” said Clint Landis, Frontier’s vice president of marketing.
Meanwhile, plans are currently underway for the certified organic compliance to appear on all product packaging in the Aura Cacia Organics family of products. “Within the next six months, we’ll proudly apply the USDA organic seal to our Aura Cacia Organics line,” said Mr. Landis.
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