Early Feedback on the New Certification Program: Kyagalanyi Coffee Shares Their Implementation Experience
The Rainforest Alliance 2020 Certification Program is out in the world and we have been busy gathering feedback from a handful of early implementers. Find out what Ugandan coffee exporter, Kyagalanyi Coffee, had to say about the new program—from the improvements to the challenges.
The Rainforest Alliance 2020 Certification Program is now published, but that doesn’t mean our work is done. We are continuing to actively seek feedback from farmers, companies, and other partners to make the program better and ensure smooth implementation on the ground. Find out what we’ve been doing with the banana sector and how their feedback helps us fine-tune the standard.
With the launch of our 2020 Certification Program, we are work-ing to deliver more value to the many people and businesses around the world that use Rainforest Alliance certification to support
What’s New in the 2020 Standard? Farm Intelligence App
Topics: Reimagining Certification
To tackle forced labor in the coffee industry, we must also address the social, economic and political issues that go beyond the farm. The solution will require collaboration between farmer communities, companies, civil society, governments, and others.
This Transition Tool provides the processes for certificate holders of the 2015 UTZ Certification Program and/or 2017 Rainforest Alliance Certification Program wishing to be certified under the our new 2020 Certification Program.
In our 2020 Certification Program, we are going further to promote gender equality by giving farms and companies new tools to understand the gender gaps and issues in their operations and how to
What’s in our 2020 Certification Program? Gender Equality