Follow the Frog
When you choose a food product with the Rainforest Alliance’s little green frog seal, it’s just the first step of a much bigger journey—one where you #FollowTheFrog toward a better future for people and nature.
We’re All In
Meet some of the inspiring members of our ever-growing global alliance.
Our Rainforest Alliance family tree keeps growing: Today we have more than 700 staff spread across 34 countries. Click to learn more about their important work around the world.
For the Rainforest Alliance’s Sandeepan Bhattacharjee, working on tea estates in Assam, India, offers an opportunity to indulge his two great passions: sustainability and wildlife photography.
Our Ethiopia director Denu Lemma Tsegaye shares his country’s unique love affair with coffee. Here, in the birthplace of arabica, coffee is history, culture, nature, and community rolled into one.
Meet Nadège Nzoyem, the Rainforest Alliance’s Central Africa director. For her, sustainability is a simple equation: strong women = strong communities = strong forests.
The Rainforest Alliance partners with more than four million farmers and farmworkers around the world. Together, we’re working to tackle climate change, protect forests, and advance the rights and well-being of rural communities.
Côte d’Ivoire is the world’s largest cocoa exporter, yet the country has few women-owned cocoa farms. Step in Kpomin Minrienne Kole Edi, a successful farmer and entrepreneur who has spent her life breaking barriers.
After a landslide devastated his community in West Java, coffee farmer Eko Purnomowidi looked to the healing power of trees—and started to sow the seeds of a better future.
After a fungus began decimating her neighbors’ coffee crops in Chiapas, Mexico, in 2012, María Esther Saut Niño knew she had to act. That’s when she set up a plant nursery to cultivate climate-resilient coffee plants.
The Rainforest Alliance works with more than 6,000 company partners around the world. That’s a whole lot of impact for people and nature! Explore some of our joint efforts to drive sustainability transformation across global supply chains.
Nespresso and the Rainforest Alliance have long shared the belief that the quality of a cup of coffee is not just defined by its flavor, but also by the impact it has on people and nature.
As part of our long-term partnership with Nescafé, our teams have interviewed thousands of coffee farmers across more than 7,000 farms in 14 countries. Here’s what we learned!
In Türkiye’s Black Sea coast—where 75 percent of the world’s hazelnuts are grown—we’re partnering with local companies like Durak and Balsu to end child labor on hazelnut farms.
To create a better future for people and nature, we need everyone to be in this together. That means governments, companies, NGOs, farming and forest communities—and millions of individuals like you. Check out our tips to take sustainability action in your daily life.
The Rainforest Alliance is here to help you live more sustainably by providing guidance on small, everyday actions you can do to make a positive impact on the planet.
Food waste squanders the water, energy, land, and labor that went into producing, processing, and transporting those ingredients—and it’s a huge contributor to climate change, too.
While we don’t have any real-life superheroes to save us from the climate crisis, we all have a role to play in creating a better world. Take the quiz to find your focus—and identify which skills set you apart!
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