The Find.Organic business directory, managed by the Organic Trade Association, is the go-to source for information on organic products and services. Despite record growth the in the organic industry, demand for organic products continues to outpace supply. This directory helps the industry meet these challenges by serving as a tool to forge links in the U.S. organic supply chain.

All current members of the trade association are eligible to be listed in the directory, as well as any U.S. based organic business that exports organic products globally.

The Organic Trade Association (OTA) is the membership-based business association for organic agriculture and products in North America. OTA is the leading voice for the organic trade in the United States, representing over 9,500 organic businesses across 50 states. Its members include growers, shippers, processors, certifiers, farmers' associations, distributors, importers, exporters, consultants, retailers and others. Organic products represented include organic foods, ingredients and beverages, as well as organic fibers, personal care products, pet foods, nutritional supplements, household cleaners and flowers. OTA’s Board of Directors is democratically elected by its members. 

OTA’s member organic businesses work together through networking, advocacy, and other initiatives to encourage and protect organic farming practices, and to share messages about the positive environmental and nutritional attributes of organic products with consumers, the media, and policymakers.


Promote and protect ORGANIC with a unifying voice that serves and engages its diverse members from farm to marketplace.


Grow ORGANIC to achieve excellence in agriculture and commerce, protect the environment and enhance community well-being.

Members of the Organic Trade Association

  • Have established organic trade on a foundation of common organic standards 
  • Work in harmony with the environment, promoting sustainability 
  • Recognize the need for organic agriculture to be economically viable 
  • Work to protect the diversity of life 
  • Recognize the interdependence of all parts of the organic community 
  • Understand that organic farms are the foundation of the organic industry 
  • Seek out and use whole system approaches to agricultural and business practices 
  • Support the human right to knowledge and choice in the marketplace