Cocoa farmer quote José Rojas Segovia Peru
Quote from UTZ certified cocoa farmer José Rojas Segovia from Peru talking about the challenges and benefits of UTZ certification.
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Our Theory of Change (2017) shows how we work towards our vision, within supply chains and at a sector level. The outputs reflect the processes, goods and services that result from UTZ interventions. The outcomes represent the desired changes in practices, knowledge, policies, etc. among five groups of people and institutions: farmers & farm workers, farmer groups, supply chain actors, sector level and consumers.
This annex describes the certification rules regarding intermediaries that handle any UTZ certified product before it reaches a producer/producer group’s facilities.
Overview of data from 2016 including number of farmers, workers and hectares, producing and consuming countries, and volumes. Also part of the 2016 annual report.
A 2-pager with the most important outcomes of UTZ annual report 2016.
What has UTZ achieved in 2016? Infographic showing the impact highlights
2016 annual report, including facts and figures, financial statements and governance.
This is the list of UTZ tea members certified against the Chain of Custody (Supply Chain Actors). All members, except for those suspended (see column ‘Status’), hold a valid UTZ license on the date of publication of this list (see subtitle). Suspended members in this list are members whose licenses are effectively suspended on the date of publication of this list. Lists are updated monthly. Suspended members cannot sell their product as certified. Please note that many UTZ certified members are groups, multisite or multi-groups where not all participants are (yet) part of the UTZ program. If you need more information about a member, please send your question by email to email@example.com including the ID and name of the member.