When addressing the complex challenges facing farmers, the Rainforest Alliance uses a context-specific approach for identifying and remediating critical supply chain risks. Through a collaborative partnership, like the Common Grounds program we developed with JDE Peet’s, we can help your company achieve its sustainability goals.
Monitoring and Evaluation with Nescafé has helped us examine the impacts of the Nescafé Plan. Together, we have used data to achieve positive results.
After two years, ‘Project Guatemala’ helped create a better future for Guatemalan women coffee farmers by focusing on gender inclusiveness and women’s empowerment to set an example for the industry.
Early Feedback on the New Certification Program: Kyagalanyi Coffee Shares Their Implementation Experience
Find out what Ugandan coffee exporter, Kyagalanyi Coffee, had to say about the new program—from the improvements to the challenges.
Amazon has launched Climate Pledge Friendly, a new program that makes it easier for consumers to shop for sustainable products. If you currently have Rainforest Alliance Certified or UTZ certified products on the market, that means they are now more easily discoverable on Amazon.com.
12 Companies that Work with the Rainforest Alliance to Help Drive their Commitment to Sustainable Sourcing
Among the more than 3,000 companies and organizations that gathered in Anaheim, California in March for the 36th annual Natural Products Expo West were the Rainforest Alliance and many of our collaborating companies.