Sustainable Agriculture Network / Rainforest Alliance

The SAN/RA certification system is jointly owned by the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) and Rainforest Alliance.

SAN develops, manages and owns the Standards for Sustainable Agriculture, and also coordinates the quality management behind the certification of rural producers. Rainforest Alliance is owner of the Rainforest Alliance CertifiedTM seal that identifies products from a certified farm and coordinates the market development for these products.

SAN is a coalition of non-profit conservation and rural development organizations that promote the environmental and social sustainability of agricultural activities through the development of good practice standards, certification and the training of rural producers throughout the world.

Rainforest Alliance is an NGO working to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behaviour.

SAN-RA are in compliance with:

Code

Compliance Status (Code Version and approval date of compliance)

Last Updated

Standard-Setting

Version 6, June 2016

21/09/2016

Impacts

Version 1, July 2014

21/09/2016

Assurance

Version 1, Independent Evaluation due for completion 2017

21/09/2016

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