We are committed to keeping our Sustainable Agriculture Standard effective and relevant. We review our Standard at least every five years. During this review, we gather latest scientific information
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The Rainforest Alliance works with independent certification bodies (CBs) around the world. These CBs certify farms, farmer groups, and companies. They ensure certified groups are in line with the
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Driving Better Livelihoods: Why the Fight for a Living Wage and Income Is Essential to Creating Sustainable Supply Chains
Creating better livelihoods for farmers and farm workers is a key focus of our work at the Rainforest Alliance–working towards a world where farmers can earn a “living income” and workers can earn
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The Rainforest Alliance certification program depends on having great auditors. There are three aspects of an auditor's job. First, they must perform objective audits. Second, they need to evaluate
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We understand that the cost of Rainforest Alliance certification is an important factor. While costs vary depending on your work and your needs, this page gives you an overview of certification costs
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Interested in purchasing products from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms? The first step is to get the Rainforest Alliance Chain of Custody certification. This will allow your company to easily
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