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Rick McLeod, President, Product Supply, Global Family Care, P&G
Because of Rainforest Alliance’s collaboration, P&G is able to more fully bring our forestry principles into practice. They are on-the-ground experts in forestry, who share their knowledge with us and conduct and guide our FSC® Chain-of-Custody auditing efforts.
David Piza, Director of CSR and Sustainability, S&D Coffee, Inc.
Our partnership with Rainforest Alliance allows us to work together toward a more sustainable future by encouraging and supporting sustainable practices at the ground level among our coffee and tea farming communities.
Justin Gold, Founder, Justin’s
For Justin’s, working with the Rainforest Alliance is about more than certification. It is a collaboration that allows us to support the planet, the communities and the people that work to bring our Peanut Butter Cups made with Rainforest Alliance Certified™ cocoa to life in a sustainable and responsible manner.
Featured Upcoming Events
Ruben Bergsma, Sven Drillenburg, and Emma Harbour will serve as speakers, and Christiane Hornikel and Iris Millenaar will be attending.
The Rainforest Alliance will host and facilitate a series of workshops with our stakeholders and representatives to develop and improve the new Rainforest Alliance Sustainable Agriculture Standard.
Jake Davignon, Miguel Zamora, Rachel Rigby, and Stacy Bocskor will attend, and the Rainforest Alliance will host a reception.
Debbie Rutstein, Kerry Scanlon, and Sara Young will attend.
Interactive workshop co-hosted by Mighty Earth and the Rainforest Alliance focused on pathways, policies, and partnerships in the sustainable natural rubber value chain.
Alex Morgan, Chief Markets Officer, will attend.