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Florverde® Sustainable Flowers standard updated!

Bogotá D.C., 23 January 2015 - We're proud to present the latest version, 6.0, 6.0-1 of Florverde Sustainable Flowers standard as well as other important documents carried out along 2014 by our Technical Committee.

At the moment these documents can be found in Spanish at the moment at The Standard section in our website. For English versions please stay in touch, we will notice when it is ready!

The updated documents are as follows:

Florverde® standards for sustainable flowers and ornamentals productionGeneral regulations for Florverde® Sustainable Flowers certificationRequirements and criteria list to accomplish Florverde® standardInternal Control System verification listPlease don't hesitate to pass on this information to whom it may concern and everyone who is involved in the implementation, verification and accomplishment processes of our standard.
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Friend of the month - April

Have your say in April... Alexis Morgan from Canada!

"By considering how we use water to produce goods and services, we can ensure we are generating benefits for people and the planet"
By: Juliana Díaz, MBA.

Water and soil are the most important resources for flowers production. In commemoration of the World Water Day in March we spoke with Alexis Morgan, Water Stewardship Specialist at WWF International who shared with us some subjects related to the precious liquid.

Florverde® Sustainable Flowers:we know you're aiming to release a report on standards and water at the ISEAL conference, what important results you can share with us?

Alexis Morgan: we're very excited to be releasing a new report on May 21st, 2015 that explores the water elements of a variety of agricultural commodity sustainability standards. Without giving away too much, the report highlights the significant opportunities for standards to learn from and complement each other to address shared water challen…