When you see the UTZ logo on a product, this means the company supports sustainable farming by sourcing UTZ certified coffee, cocoa, tea or hazelnuts.
UTZ certified ingredients are grown by farmers who have been trained to implement better farming practices, with respect for people and the planet. Farmers are regularly audited to ensure they comply with the sustainability standards of the UTZ program.
The logos refer to the coffee, cocoa, tea or hazelnuts in a product, not any additional ingredients such as sugar or milk.
There are several different ways that companies can source UTZ certified ingredients. Find out more here: Traceability Levels
Did you know?
In 2017 the UTZ name or logo appeared on more than 15,000 different products in 131 countries.
Questions about UTZ labeled end-products
If you have any feedback or (consumer) questions about an UTZ labeled product, please contact the retailer or the manufacturer of this product. The UTZ logo on pack makes no claims about the quality of the end-product or its (other) ingredients.
Use the UTZ label on your products
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During the process of becoming an UTZ member you can already start designing your packaging. Our online labeling assistant will help you pick the right logo and text claim for your product.
Or read the Labeling and Trademark Policy for the requirements for on-pack labeling of both retail and food service products and for off-pack use of the UTZ trademark.