Leading the way towards a more sustainable hazelnut sector.
Find all the information on the UTZ hazelnut program to support you in your sustainability efforts,
for both your communication and implementation activities.
The complete overview of the hazelnut program to date, covering the key challenges in the hazelnut sector in Turkey and the actions the UTZ program is taking to tackle these. And a two-pager with just the highlights.
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Beautiful photos of hazelnuts, orchards and farmers that you can include in your own communication materials.
Quotes of UTZ certified hazelnut farmers about their experiences with the program and their views on sustainability.
The ins and outs of the program presented in a series of short articles, including interviews with with staff, farmers, exporters and companies.
Lists with the UTZ hazelnut members certified against the Code of Conduct (Producers/certificate holders), against the Chain of Custody (Supply Chain Actors) and a list approved Certification Bodies.
The Hazelnut Module is used along with the Core Code of Conduct and contains requirements applicable to hazelnut production and processing activities.
The Chain of Custody is a set of guidelines for supply chain actors and applicable to products from the moment they leave the farm to when they arrive on the shelves.
Get to know the new traceability system of UTZ, MultiTrace. In a recorded webinar our colleagues explain how the system works and the Q&A answers your most burning questions.
The UTZ Certification Protocol describes the process for becoming an UTZ certified member. It explains which members need to receive an audit, and how and when this audit must be conducted.
Different guidance documents for farmers, companies and CB’s, including guidance on premium, implementation for the hazelnut supply chain, the Internal Management System (IMS) and Good Auditing Practices.
The Banned Pesticides and Pesticides Watch list is developed to provide clarity about the UTZ’s pesticides approach, thus producers know which pesticides with highly hazardous characteristics must not be used for certified production.