Associations

Mosaic adheres to the best practices and industry policies of the following associations and organizations:

The International Fertilizer Industry Association The International Fertilizer Industry Association — A not-for-profit organization representing the global fertilizer industry, the association is committed to reducing negative impacts of fertilizer production and use on the environment and to changing business and operational practices to achieve cleaner, more efficient and sustainable fertilizer production.
The Canadian Fertilizer Institute The Canadian Fertilizer Institute — An industry association representing manufacturers, wholesalers and retail distributors of nitrogen, phosphate and potash fertilizers.
Fertilizer Institute The Fertilizer Institute — The Fertilizer Institute represents the public policy, communication and statistical needs of producers, manufacturers, retailers and transporters of fertilizer.
Nutrients for Life Foundation Nutrients for Life Foundation — A provider of science-based information that demonstrates the role of fertilizer in the global food chain.
AAPFCO The Association of American Plant Food Control Officials (AAPFCO) — Advocates for uniform and effective legislation, definitions, rulings and enforcement practices for fertilizers.
AAFCO The Association Of American Feed Control Officials — Provides a mechanism for developing and implementing uniform and equitable laws, regulations, standards and enforcement policies for regulating the manufacturing, distribution and sale of animal feeds; resulting in safe, effective and useful feeds.
The American Feed Industry Association The American Feed Industry Association — Represents the total feed industry as a key segment of the food chain, and member companies' interests on matters involving federal/state legislation and regulation.
International Feed Industry Federation International Feed Industry Federation — A global forum for feed and allied feed industries to share realistic science-based strategies for efficient and economical production of animal feed and food that is nutritious and safe.
Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association — A not-for-profit trade organization of fertilizer, limestone, agri-chemical manufacturers, formulators, distributors and dealers.
Reach REACH — A European Community Regulation on chemicals and their safe use. It deals with the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemical substances.
The Fertilizer Industry Round Table The Fertilizer Industry Round Table — A forum for leaders in the industry across the supply chain, from soil science and economics to production and distribution, to share best practices, innovative technologies, global market trends and ideas that positively shape the future of the industry.
The Conservation Technology Information Center The Conservation Technology Information Center — A not-for-profit membership organization that provides technical, educational and practical support to America's agricultural and conservation communities.
American National Standards Institute American National Standards Institute — Enhances the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the U.S. quality of life by promoting and facilitating voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems and safeguarding their integrity.
The American Chemical Society The American Chemical Society — An organization committed to improving people's lives through the transforming power of chemistry. The Agrochemical Division of ACS promotes knowledge and advancements in agricultural public health and environmental science and technologies.
The American Chemical Society The Facility Certification Institute — An internationally recognized third-party certification provider created by the American Feed Industry Association to provide non-biased, third-party certification programs and ensure the continued safety of feed and food products.

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