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Tropical Commodity Coalition (Organization)

Tropical Commodity Coalition (TCC) comprises twelve Dutch Civil Society Organizations. The aim of TCC is to improve the social, environmental and economic conditions at the beginning of the coffee, tea and cocoa value chains.

World Cocoa Foundation (Organization)

The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) supports cocoa farmers and their families worldwide. Founded in 2000, WCF is an international membership organization representing more than 100 member companies across the cocoa value chain. WCF works through public-private partnerships that bring together...

Initiatief Duurzame Handel - IDH - The Sustainable Trade Initiative (Organization)

IDH convenes coalitions of front running companies, civil society organizations and governments to transform markets towards sustainable production and consumption worldwide.

Armajaro Trading (Organization)

Armajaro Trading is one of the world's leading suppliers of cocoa beans and cocoa products to the international chocolate industry. It sees quality control as a key element in meeting its customers' specific requirements. Investment in training, equipment and laboratories in origin countries...

IMO - Institute for Marketecology (Organization)

The Institute for Marketecology (IMO) is a highly experienced international body for the inspection, certification and quality control of organic, eco-friendly and socially-responsible products. Its services include certification, inspection, pre-auditing, analysis, expert services, training and...

SFC - Sustainable Farm Certification International (Organization)

SFC contributes to sustaining social and environmental best practices through transparent, independent and objective certification of farms or groups, in accordance with the quality guidelines defined by the Sustainable Agriculture Network Standards. SFC Ltd., a subsidiary of the Rainforest...



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