The Rainforest Alliance is an international non-profit organization that works at the intersection of business, agriculture and forests. Their goal is to create a better future for people and nature by making responsible business the new norm.
The Rainforest Alliance seal means that farmers follow more sustainable agricultural practices that protect forests, improve their livelihoods, promote the human rights of agricultural workers, and help them mitigate and adapt to climate change. For more information on the Rainforest Alliance visit www.rainforest-alliance.org.
C.A.F..E Practices Starbuck
C.A.F.E. (Coffee and Farmer Equity) Practices - C.A.F.E. Practices are the cornerstone of Starbucks' approach to ethical sourcing. Developed with Conservation International, these guidelines provide comprehensive social, environmental, and economic criteria that, if followed, can help sustain and strengthen coffee-growing communities while maintaining Starbucks' high-quality standards, now and in the future. The program is based on a set of ethical sourcing standards that evaluate farms based on economic, social and environmental criteria, all designed to promote transparent, profitable and sustainable coffee growing practices, while protecting the well-being of farmers. coffee producers and workers, their families and their communities. The open source and third-party verified program consists of more than 200 indicators, from financial reporting to protecting workers' rights, conserving water and biodiversity. For more information on C.A.F.E. Practices, visit https://www.scsglobalservices.com/services/starbucks-cafe-practices
This seal allows the export of organic products throughout the European market (European Single Market) as a certified product. Indicates to customers that the product meets the strict EU (European Union) rules, organic safety standards in compliance with European regulations.
The NOP - USDA program is the National Organic Program of the United States that standardizes organic production, details what must be certified related to plant, animal or processing products to be sold as organic in the United States.