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 all the way from your kitchen to the farms where it all starts.
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What does Rainforest Alliance Certified mean?
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The Rainforest Alliance works with almost one million cocoa farmers worldwide—from West Africa (which produces 70 percent of the world’s cocoa) to Indonesia, Honduras, and beyond. Together with local farming communities and our global partners, we work to tackle closely interlinked challenges, such as deforestation, rural poverty, and child labor. Follow the frog to learn how!
Rainforest Alliance Certified Cocoa
Collaboration in Cocoa: In Certification and Beyond
After Bloody Conflict, Indonesian Farmers Come Together for Sustainability
You’ve probably spotted our little green frog on bananas at the supermarket, but did you know we also certify oranges, avocados, chilis, pineapples, berries, and more? We’re taking action on the big sustainability challenges facing these sectors—from helping farmers tackle climate change and improve their livelihoods to promoting the rights and well-being of farmworkers.
Rainforest Alliance Certified Bananas
Improving Livelihoods Across the Fruit Sector in Latin America
How Sustainable Agriculture Protects Ecosystems
For millions for people around the world, making a steaming hot cup of tea is part of life’s daily ritual. But what if we all took a moment before that first sip to think about the farmers and farmworkers who depend on tea for their livelihoods, or the fragile ecosystems that tea estates belong to? Everything is interconnected: Follow the frog to learn how you can make a difference.
The Power of Tea
Ask the Experts: Why Does Certified Tea Make a Difference?
Celebrating the Wildlife of Assam’s Tea Estates
Moka? Pour-over? French press? Among coffee connoisseurs, the secret to making the perfect cup is a matter of hot debate. But one thing is certain: Coffee is better when it’s good—when the beans are grown more sustainably, in ways that protect nature and promote farmer and worker well-being. And in the face of the climate crisis, this work is more important than ever.