Examples of the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ Seal in Marketing
See how other businesses have leveraged the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal:
Product labeling and packaging that features the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal on Domtar paper, Caribou coffees, Whole Foods produce and more.
Print ads and point-of-sale promotions using Rainforest Alliance Certified seal and messaging from Mars, McDonald’s, Lipton and others.
Interactive websites that demonstrate the benefits of Rainforest Alliance certification from Kenco Coffee, Gloria Jeans, PG Tips and more.
In Television Ads
“…100 percent Arabica beans, specially selected for us from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. And the other good news is, it won’t cost the Earth…”
“Make a better choice with Lipton. The world’s first Rainforest Alliance Certified tea.”
“Galaxy has joined forces with the Rainforest Alliance to help support cocoa growing communities in Africa. So not only does Galaxy taste good, it does good.”
“Lyons Tea is on a journey and acting as our guide, independent experts on sustainability, the Rainforest Alliance… Make tea make a difference.”
“Now, Kenco chooses beans from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. Kenco: growing great coffee and more.”
“Because we care for the rainforest, every Chiquita now carries a frog, as the certification of the Rainforest Alliance.”
“PG Tips have teamed up with the Rainforest Alliance… Do your bit. Put the kettle on.”
“Made with Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee beans… Helping to ensure a future for the rainforest, for coffee farmers and for their children…”
"Jacques Vabre Pérou porte le label de la grenouille Rainforest Alliance."
“We’ve found some of the finest cocoa beans so you don’t have to…new Magnum Ecuador -- for pleasure seekers.”
“We hand select the best leaves, steam or pan fire them to bring out the best taste and aroma in a way that’s certified to respect the environment and local growers.”
“Only these [coffee beans] are Rainforest Alliance Certified, helping the environment, farmers and their communities.”