It is known that, although flower producers count on several certifications that are recognized worldwide and which cover the different aspects of sustainability, they will often be subject to the whim of someone in the chain who, for different reasons (many of which are of a non-technical nature) requires that they are evaluated by what he/she considers an “appropriate” standard or list from his/her point of view or knowledge of sustainability.
Comparing the social criteria of the certifications Florverde Sustainable Flowers (FSF) and Fairtrade (FLO)
In this new series of technical comparisons with other certifications standards, we will focus on the benchmarking between Florverde Sustainable Flowers and Fairtrade International – Hired Labour; exclusively on the social criteria of both.
El Sustainability Map, una iniciativa del International Trade Center de las Naciones Unidas que recopila información de más de 200 estándares a nivel mundial, permite comparar en línea los contenidos de los diferentes estándares, para dar al usuario una idea acerca de la robustez del estándar en consulta.
The Sustainability Map, an initiative of the United Nations’ International Trade Center gathers information from more than 200 certifications worldwide, allowing the online comparison of these; hence, giving the user an idea about the robustness of the standard in question.