Preserved Identity – Non-GMOs


It is a certification program for grain quality attributes and grain specialties.

Grain specialties are all grains, grain products and by-products resulting from a specific production system.

One possibility is the Non GMO certification, which identifies products free of genetically modified organisms (transgenic).

Who can obtain this certification?

Any operation involving sowing, grain transport, delivery, storage, sale, purchase, distribution and export seeking to preserve grain traits.

How is the Preserved Identity certification process?
  • The process starts when the producer introduces to OIA the project to be certified.
  • After the certification request and signature of contract, there is an exchange of documents and information as required by the certification program between the customer and OIA.
  • After the inspection, an inspection report is made and there may or may not appear non-compliances. The customer is certified after a positive report without non-compliances.
  • Then, the cycle restarts for supervision.