Human Rights

Human Rights and Labor

Human rights have gained worldwide relevance because they help satisfy the basic needs of people and communities. Article 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognizes the right to work and the right to just and favorable labor conditions.

Rainforest Alliance certification

The Rainforest Alliance certification, through its Sustainable Agriculture standard, allows companies to validate that their production is sustainable and with better crops.

food waste

According to data from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), about 14% of the total food produced is lost in the supply chain.

Corporate Policies

Corporate policies are a reflection of the values and principles that guide the actions of organizations and their employees; they are a public commitment to practice responsible corporate management.

"Clean Field" Initiative

All human activities are likely to generate waste. Agricultural food production generates different types of organic and inorganic waste. To protect the environment,

Cavendish Banana

According to the FAO, there are about 1,000 varieties of bananas with diverse shapes, colors, and flavors. The sweet seedless Cavendish is the most highly cultivated and consumed.


At first glance, soil may seem like a simple resource, however, it is as essential as water for life on Earth.


Where do bananas come from?

It seems like bananas were one of the earlier plants to be cultivated by humans. Bananas migrated originally from South East Asia and...


Governments, companies, communities and every individual must join efforts to confront the environmental challenges that the world is facing, such as climate change, clean water, and biodiversity preservation