Considerando que Rainforest Alliance viene haciendo esfuerzos continuos para adaptar sus actuales programas a las realidades locales y considerar los ambientes de viabilidad técnica y legales que
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Timelines for New Rainforest Alliance Seal Use on Coffee, Tea, Banana, Hazelnut, Flower, Fruit, Juice, Palm & Coconut Oil and Herbs & Spices Products
By late April/beginning of May, all our partner companies will receive the Rainforest Alliance’s new certification seal for product packaging, along with (technical) guidance and support documents. The new seal will replace the current Rainforest Alliance Certified™ seal and the UTZ label. Here’s a time line for implementation.
Most consumers do not think ordinarily about the origin of the cut flowers they purchase. Though many people are informed, conscious consumers who do know to hunt for eco-friendly products for many aspects of their lives such as food, beverages, and body care, when it comes to the flowers at the center of their dinner […]
Kroger’s master floral designers craft the Garland of Roses, the prize given to the winning thoroughbred at the Kentucky Derby with Rainforest Alliance Certified "Freedom Roses," making a direct, positive impact for farming communities in Colombia, as well as helping reduce water consumption and pesticide use, and adopting climate-friendly agriculture practices.
Valentine’s Day, a time to express your love to the people around you, can result in the opposite effect on the planet. Most people celebrate the holiday by buying gifts for their significant other, but many also show their love to family, friends, coworkers, and even pets. Those are a lot of gifts, that can add up to a lot of environmental impact and even waste. But not every rose has to have its thorn; there is a way to invite sustainability into your Valentine’s Day gift giving.
Whatever holidays you celebrate, wherever in the world you gather, there are some traditions that transcend borders, including sending greeting cards and giving gifts. In the US alone, holiday retail sales this year are expected to reach more than US$680 billion.