NOP Update: Quarterly Enforcement Dashboard

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Quarterly Update:
NOP Enforcement Dashboard

The National Organic Program (NOP) has published the first quarter enforcement dashboard for fiscal year 2022. The dashboard provides an at-a-glance update on our enforcement activities for the 12 months ending March 31, 2022 (April 1, 2021, through March 31, 2022).

NOP Quarterly Enforcement Dashboard - Apr 1 2021 to Mar 31 2022

Click on the image above to open a PDF version of the Dashboard from our website.

Fraudulent certificates, settlement summaries, administrator decisions, administrative law judge decisions and judicial officer decisions are posted as soon as they can be made public on our website. Access these individual enforcement actions on our Organic Enforcement web page.

We are committed to providing information to the organic community in a way that is useful and supports robust enforcement of the regulations worldwide. We are continually looking for ways to improve our reporting tools and welcome feedback on the report format. Send comments to

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Conducting Yield Analysis

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Course number NOP-320 on yield analysis provides instruction on how to complete and evaluate a yield analysis for U.S.- and non-U.S.-based operations. It introduces the concepts and research that underpin yield analysis. It then teaches how to apply these concepts through hands-on exercises. The course explains potential outcomes of yield analysis and provides a framework for evaluating results, with a discussion of caveats and considerations. The course also recommends best practices for documenting yield analysis, which is essential when determining a course of action for operations that may have violated the organic regulations.

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