Tea is the second-most consumed beverage around the world by volume – after water! Yet, despite enormous global demand, most producers receive extremely low prices for their crops, and the beverage is considered a low price/low value indicator by many retailers. The tea sector faces daunting economic challenges stemming from climate impacts, low tea prices, rising production costs, pests, shifts in worker availability, and more. Rainforest Alliance certification supports farmers in turning their farms into profitable, resilient businesses that respect workers and the land.
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Supply Chain Certificate Holders can use the default conversion rates of some Rainforest Alliance Certified crops in the tables below to indicate their volumes.
This Excel calculator helps Supply Chain Certificate Holders (CHs) and prospects estimate the total amount of certified and non-certified volume purchased and/or handled in twelve months when
This report summarizes the findings from a research study commissioned by Rainforest Alliance (RA) to Ergon Associates Locals & Associates to the working and living conditions for workers and
The study looks at impacts of transition to mechanized harvesting; employment terms and conditions; gender discrimination; wages; occupational health and safety; housing and living conditions; and operational grievance and remedy mechanisms.