Press Releases TOP’s Parrot Food Earns USDA Organic Certification The result is a lineup of certified organic parrot food products. Published 2 years ago on December 6, 2018 By PETS+ Staff Share Tweet (PRESS RELEASE) BEAVERTON, OR — Recognizing that a growing number of pet owners are searching for healthy, wholesome food for their companions, TOP’s Parrot Food announced that it has earned USDA Organic certification for its complete product lineup of pellets, seed mixes and treats. The company, which just celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2018, recently completed its certification period after a thorough review by the Oregon Department of Agriculture. The result is a lineup of certified organic parrot food products that are made with all organic ingredients and managed with internal processes that meet the rigorous standards of the designation. “Earning USDA Organic certification is a responsibility that we take very seriously and puts the TOP’s brand in a higher-level category when it comes to offering truly healthy, natural food for parrots,” said Benjamin Ertischek, chief executive officer. “Bird owners around the world can now be 100 percent confident that TOP’s Parrot Food organic products offer the best ingredients for their companions. We are excited to be the only parrot food company that can proudly use the USDA Organic mark and that does not use any fillers, like peanuts, corn or soy, or artificial flavors or colors.” TOP’s Parrot Food is best known for its proprietary parrot pellets that are made with all natural ingredients. A line of seed mixes for large and small birds, birdie bread mixes, and seed treats completes the company’s product offerings. According to the USDA, organic certification symbolizes to consumers that best practices and careful stewardship have been put into a company’s products. The certified organic seal guarantees certain safeguards that are verified by a third party, such as using non GMO ingredients. The company has began rolling out new product packaging featuring the USDA Organic seal and will be fully transitioned in early 2019. Advertisement The TOP’s brand is offered nationwide in the U.S. and in 14 countries on four continents. The company has nearly doubled the number of relationships it has with pet retailers and distributors in 2018, according to Ertischek. Related Topics:Top's Parrot Food click to Comment(Comment) Advertisement You may like Healthy Bird Products Make for Happier Feathered Friends TOP’s Parrot Food Introduces New Mini Pellets 8 Bird Foods to Attract Multicultural Customers Promoted Headlines Category Spotlight: Terry Naturally® Animal Health Category Spotlight: eTailPet Are You Ready For Adventures Beyond The Backyard? Tall Tails Advertisement Latest Trending Videos Photo Gallery6 hours ago Get Inspired by These Chew Displays at Indie Pet Stores Press Releases21 hours ago Lightspeed Unlocks New Revenue Stream for North American Retailers with the Launch of Subscriptions Press Releases21 hours ago Zesty Paws Names New CFO Press Releases21 hours ago Petco and Jinx Dog Nutrition Launch Strategic Digital Partnership Press Releases2 days ago Carnivore Meat Company CEO to Discuss Building Culture During Crisis at Upcoming NEWMA Roundtable True Tales5 days ago Employees: Leave Your Pot at Home to Keep Your Job Columns1 week ago How Beer Helped Me Promote My Pet Business Columns1 week ago 3 Things Customers Want and Need from Pet Businesses Headlines1 week ago Yelp to Flag Businesses Accused of Racism With ‘Consumer Alerts’ Photo Gallery5 days ago 19 Photos That Show Why Dexter’s Deli Is One of America’s Coolest Pet Stores Trace's Store School2 days ago Video: Trace’s Store School Covers Lessons Learned from COVID-19 America's Coolest2 weeks ago Video: Take a Tour of Bark Life in Seminole, FL Trace's Store School3 weeks ago Video: Learn How to Do Holiday on a Budget at Trace’s Store School America's Coolest3 weeks ago Video: Take a Tour of Four Muddy Paws in St. Louis Jim Ackerman3 weeks ago Video: Don’t Be Afraid to Run Multiple Pet-Business Marketing Promotions at Once Advertisement Advertisement SubscribeBULLETINS Get the most important newsand business ideas from PETS+. Facebook Most Popular True Tales5 days ago Employees: Leave Your Pot at Home to Keep Your Job Columns1 week ago How Beer Helped Me Promote My Pet Business Columns1 week ago 3 Things Customers Want and Need from Pet Businesses Headlines1 week ago Yelp to Flag Businesses Accused of Racism With ‘Consumer Alerts’ Photo Gallery5 days ago 19 Photos That Show Why Dexter’s Deli Is One of America’s Coolest Pet Stores Photo Gallery4 days ago New Edibles for Cats, Vegan Bars for Dogs and Toys for the Holidays [GALLERY] Columns4 days ago 4 Tips for Negotiating the Best Lease for Your Pet Business Real Deal1 week ago How Do You Handle Know-It-All Customers in Your Store?