Acid-2-Alkaline Receives Prestigious USDA Organic Certification

Any company that advertises as being organic in their online or printed advertising will also have an "Organic Certificate." If a company cannot produce their certificate showing which of their products are certified as organic, they are probably not certified organic.

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"Achieving USDA Organic Certified status means that our product has received the highest quality rating that an all - natural product line can achieve," states Mr. Koutny.

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) September 05, 2014

Max Koutny, president and founder of the nutritional product company Acid-2-Alkaline®, today announced that the company has received full USDA Organic Certification status. To be certified as organic, a manufacturer, grower or product handler must meet a set of stringent requirements under the USDA's National Organic Program (NOP). Receiving the USDA Organic Certification Seal demonstrates a company's ongoing commitment to a healthy planet and assures consumers and buyers that the company, products and individual ingredients meet the NOP guidelines in regard to the National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances.

"Achieving USDA Organic Certified status means that our product has received the highest quality rating that an all - natural product line can achieve," states Mr. Koutny. "Each of our ingredients meets the requirements of the USDA National Organic Program and its’ regulations inspected by an authorized certifying agent. We are proud to be a leader in the health supplements industry, particularly as it relates to keeping all of our products 100% natural and pure, free of chemicals, additives, fillers, and preservatives. We will continue to maintain outstanding quality in all of our products as we move forward."

Acid-2-Alkaline helps support healthy pH body levels by providing a natural way to help alkalize the body. The alkaline supplements are 100% chemical free, vegan, cruelty free, and certified as Organic and Made with Organic. Originally introduced to the public in 1995, Acid-2-Alkaline has helped thousands of people to improve their low grade health and become healthier, more active individuals.

In the opinion of Acid-2-Alkaline, low grade health, which may include a wide range of health conditions and general discomfort around eating, is a common problem many people face. In addition to leading hectic, fast paced lifestyles, many people have a tendency to eat acid forming fast foods and other acidic forming processed foods, which contributes to the problem. With food being the very source of our sustenance and energy and the central point of many of our social activities, it is imperative to maintain a healthy alkaline diet in order to succeed in one's day-to-day lives.

While many thousands of people currently use body alkalizing supplements, most manufacturers of body alkalizing supplements are not USDA Certified Organic. This means that those products could contain harmful additives, synthetic chemicals, dyes and by-products as fillers to cut down on their costs.

To find out if a product you are interested in consuming is certified as organic, look on the label. If it is certified organic, it will have a "USDA Organic Certified" seal on the front label or a "Made with Organic" statement. Along with the USDA seal or "Made with Organic" statement, it will say "Certified Organic By" and list the name of the agency under which it has been certified.

Any company that advertises as being organic in their online or printed advertising will also have an "Organic Certificate." If a company cannot produce their certificate showing which of their products are certified as organic, they are probably not certified organic.

To learn more about the USDA Certified Organic, all natural Acid-2-Alkaline product line to help restore the body's healthy pH levels, please visit: http://www.acid-2-alkaline.com.

For media interviews on Acid-2-Alkaline's USDA Certified Organic designation, please contact Max Koutny or Mary Inoa at: (210) 599-1109.


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