The Rainforest Alliance Certified™ Seal on the Web

Published: February 2011

Explore a Rainforest Alliance Certified farm via Kenco’s interactive website, which provides information about life in the community, earning a decent living and protecting the environment. Kraft’s Kenco coffee is available in the United Kingdom. Visit website.

Gloria Jean’s website shows consumers how Labareda Estate, a Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee farm in Brazil, has benefitted socially, environmentally and economically from certification. Gloria Jean’s is based in Australia. Visit website.

In France, Kraft’s Côte d’Or Dégustation Noir chocolate bars carry the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal. The brand’s website explains the importance of sustainable cocoa farming, provides an image gallery and answers frequently asked questions. Visit website.

Follow the journey -- from farm to cup -- of Nabob coffee beans through this interactive website. Consumers learn what it takes for farms to earn Rainforest Alliance certification. Kraft’s Nabob coffee is sold in Canada. Visit website.

Costa helps coffee drinkers understand how they can “do their bit for coffee growers and their communities.” One-hundred percent of Costa coffee sold in the United Kingdom is from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. Visit website.

Unilever’s PG tips’ website includes an interactive “Game of Two Continents” that challenges visitors to navigate the journey from Rainforest Alliance Certified tea farms in Kenya across the ocean for tea with the Queen of England. Visit website.

McDonald’s coffee in the United Kingdom carries the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal. The company’s “Sustainable Coffee” website tells consumers why certified coffee is “coffee you can feel good about.”

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