Traceability for Fresh & Processed Fruits, Vegetables and Cut Flowers
Marketplace 2.0, the Rainforest Alliance online traceability platform, now includes all fresh and processed fruits, vegetables and cut flowers, so it is even easier to trace Rainforest Alliance Certified products through supply chains, and to authorize trademark approvals.
How to Transition to the 2020 Certification Program: Guidance for Fresh Fruit, Vegetables and Flower Supply Chain Actors
This page supports Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Supply Chain Actors in transitioning to the 2020 Certification Program.
Have Your Say: Stakeholder Consultation in the Flower Sector
In the spirit of continuous improvement that is at the core of our Certification Program, we aim to maintain close dialogue with our stakeholders on how specific areas of our program are applied.
Política de Auditoria para Niveles de Mejora Contínua
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... View more
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.
What is Sustainable Agriculture?
Definitions differ, but at its heart, sustainable agriculture is about meeting the needs of the present, without sacrificing those of tomorrow—it’s farming that is environmentally sound, socially responsible, and profitable for farmers.