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Shared Responsibility: What It Means for the Tea Sector
We believe that creating truly sustainable global supply chains requires a shared responsibility approach. This means that the costs and benefits of certification are evenly distributed between farmers and buyers along the supply chain, so that both are rewarded for their efforts to embrace more sustainable practices.
Using Risk Maps to Protect Human Rights
The Child Labor and Forced Labor Sector Risk Maps are part of our improved assurance system. Working with these maps, and our certification program, will give your company or farm the information needed to tackle human rights violations in your supply chain.
The Universal Mill List
The UML is used across the palm industry and has become a trusted reference to identify mills as part of supply chain mapping and traceability.
Our Approach to Data: Knowledge for Improved Decision-Making Across the Supply Chain
In our certification program, we work together with farmers and companies, supporting them to use data to improve their risk analysis, measure progress along their sustainability journey, and support future claims.
Herbs & Spices Program: Which Standard Applies to You
Learn more about the standards that apply to farms and supply chain actors.
Shared Responsibility: What It Means for the Fruit & Banana Sectors
Our shared responsibility approach aims to distribute this along the supply chain, thus allowing farmers to share costs with buyers and be rewarded for their efforts towards more sustainable agricultural practices.