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Cattle farm in Costa Rica achieve Rainforest Alliance certification:
CATIE's Commercial Farm, whose main activity is dairy, meet the requirements of the SAN Standard for livestock and became certified with the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal.
Civet and wildlife protection in SAN Standards, regarding to change.org petition:
Wildlife protection has always been an important part of the SAN Standards. As you may be aware, the current SAN Sustainable Agriculture Standard already includes strong requirements for wildlife protection on farms..
The Rainforest Alliance and Sustainable Agriculture Network Plans for Improving Assessments of Worker Protection:
In recent months the Rainforest Alliance and SAN have received feedback from stakeholders that has compelled us to identify how we can improve our audit procedures and the SAN standards used to assess worker protection.
Hondupalma gets the first Rainforest Alliance certified palm in Honduras:
Hondupalma ECARA became the first company in producing palm oil farmers in Honduras, whose farms achieved Rainforest Alliance certification after complying with the guidelines of the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN)..
Statement from the Rainforest Alliance and Sustainable Farm Certification International Ltda regarding the Las Tres Hermanas Banana Farms in Honduras:
In December 2013 Sustainable Farm Certification International Ltda. (SFC), a certification body accredited under the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) system, withdrew the Rainforest Alliance CertifiedTM group certificate held by COHFRUTSA.
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