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Love a Greener World this Valentine’s Day with the Rainforest Alliance

February 1, 2013

Love a greener world this Valentine’s Day by spoiling your loved one without spoiling the planet. By choosing goods and services that feature the Rainforest Alliance’s little green frog, you can help conserve forests, protect wildlife and improve the lives of workers and their communities across the globe.

Love a Greener World

Can a sweet, sustainable treat bring two lovebirds together? Watch our Valentine’s Day video to find out! Demonstrate that you support a greener world by sharing our video.

Win a Sweet Treat

Do you love chocolate? Does your sweetheart love chocolate? Win a gift basket overflowing with sweet, sustainable chocolate, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Write an inspiring caption for our “Love a Greener World” caption contest for a chance to win a tasty assortment of chocolate treats.

Give a Sweet Surprise

This Valentine’s Day demonstrate your love with a sweet, sustainable surprise.

Hearts and Chocolate

  1. Treat your love to sustainably produced chocolate. Farmed on over 18 million acres of tropical land, cocoa provides a livelihood for some 40 million people. Make sure the chocolate you buy contains cocoa grown in a way that protects forests and helps cocoa farming communities thrive. Find a list of chocolates that feature the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ green frog seal via Shop the Frog.
  2. Surprise your Valentine with a beautiful bouquet, but make sure it was not grown at the expense of the environment. Flowers that bear the green frog seal were grown on farms that curb deforestation, conserve soil and water, provide habitat for wildlife and protect the rights and well-being of farm workers. You can find certified blooms at Whole Foods Market, Sam’s Club, Walmart and Costco.
  3. Rekindle your love on a romantic get-away. Find stunning and sustainable destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean on, a Rainforest Alliance website, which features tourism businesses that conserve natural resources, protect plants and wildlife and support local communities.

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