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Desert Whale Jojoba Obtains Ecocert Verification

May 5, 2008

Desert Whale Jojoba Company, Inc. of Tucson, AZ reports that Ecocert France, S.A.S. has verified its raw materials according to the Natural and Organic Cosmetic Standards to be of natural origin.

As a supplier to the cosmetic industry for 30 years, Desert Whale Jojoba Company takes pride in its continuation of efforts to supply earth-friendly sustainable raw materials, says the company.

Desert Whale also received for 2008 the renewal of its organic certification from Quality Assurance International (QAI) and its EU Certification (EEC 2092/91) for its organic jojoba products, along with certification for its organic sunflower oil, rose hip oil, and sesame oils, plus organic shea butter.

For a complete list of products that have met these criteria, contact Amber Schwartz, technical director, at
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