An inspection and certification system for organic food products, which allows a product to be sold as "organic" or "organic" with the JAS Mark affixed if it is recognized by a registered certifying organization as having been produced in compliance with the strict standards set forth in the JAS standards. For example, organic agricultural products must be grown in fields where no prohibited pesticides or chemical fertilizers have been used for three years prior to harvest, no prohibited pesticides or chemical fertilizers must be used during the growing period, and no genetically modified technology must be used.
The COSMOS-standard defines the criteria that companies must meet to ensure consumers that their products are genuine organic or natural cosmetics produced to the highest feasible sustainability practices.
The RSPO is a neutral international non-profit organization established to address the environmental and social problems caused by the palm industry on a global scale. Producers, processors, producers of consumer goods, retailers, banks, NGOs, and others participate in setting standards and exchanging ideas for the development of a sustainable, circular palm industry. The Daabon Group is a certified producer that meets the RSPO's Principles and Criteria for Sustainable Palm Oil.
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The Rainforest Alliance is an international environmental organization headquartered in the United States. The Rainforest Alliance is an international environmental organization based in the United States that works to change land use practices, business and consumer behaviour so that ecosystems can be preserved and people can live sustainably. It has established its own standards for agricultural products such as bananas, coffee, and cocoa, and certifies farms that protect the ecosystems of the areas where they are grown, and take care of the producers and workers. The frog symbol certifies that the products are produced on farms that meet the strict social and environmental standards set by the Rainforest Alliance and promote sustainable agriculture.
Biotropico is an international certification and accreditation organization based in Colombia. Biotropico is an international certification organization based in Colombia that certifies companies for fair trade certification based on labor standards and environmental aspects, mainly in compliance with ILO conventions (International Labor Standards). The labor standard aspects include the elimination of child labor, forced labor, and discrimination, ensuring the health and safety of workers, and protecting freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining. Environmental aspects are the aspects of corporate social responsibility for the environment, such as maintaining forest area, protecting wildlife, preserving water quality, and protecting soil.labo