Organic is a cool word. It means something has a bit of carbon in it (in chemistry lingo) or grown using 'organic' methods. USDA Organic means it can be up to 30% non-organic, which is a lot. Our products to the extent possible are EU organic-certified, which a more stringent and more expensive certification.
Technically, organic certification does not help an artisan who is using great sustainable methods and pure materials to begin with.
It is very expensive to obtain and maintain such certification, though we work mostly with artisans who take their craft to the level of science and have fields and premises inspected and certified.