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The brand will receive a yes when the company purchases organic or otherwise certified vegetables and/or fruit, for a substantial part. At the moment 'substantial' is not yet translated in to a minimum percentage number, as best practices in the sector do not allow this yet. During the course the criteria may get more tight as best practices improve.
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The brand will receive a yes when the company purchases organic or otherwise certified vegetables and/or fruit - such as [http://www.globalgap.org/uk_en/ GlobalG.A.P.] for a substantial part. At the moment 'substantial' is not yet translated in to a minimum percentage number, as best practices in the sector do not allow this yet. During the course the criteria may get more tight as best practices improve.
  
 
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Question

Does the brand have an environmental policy for the production of vegetables and fruit?
NL: Heeft het merk een milieubeleid voor de productie van groenten en fruit?
DE: Verfolgt der Markenhersteller umweltpolitische Maßnahmen für die Produktion von Gemüse und Früchte?

References

For tropical fruits, see the references of Tropical Fruit Environmental Policy Question 1.
For other fruits and vegetables, we refer to environmentally preferable farming practices, such as organic farming and other comparable systems and certifications.

Answering Guidelines

The brand will receive a yes when the company purchases organic or otherwise certified vegetables and/or fruit - such as GlobalG.A.P. for a substantial part. At the moment 'substantial' is not yet translated in to a minimum percentage number, as best practices in the sector do not allow this yet. During the course the criteria may get more tight as best practices improve.

Answer Yes:

  • [Brand] uses [organic/otherwise] certified [vegetables / fruit ] for at least [part], which is substantial (see link/page).

Answer No:

  • [Brand] explicitly says not to use certified vegetables and fruit [...] (see link/page)

Answer ?:

  • [Brand] does not communicate any information about use of certified vegetables and/or fruit. Sustainability information should be easily accessible for consumers to make responsible choices.
  • [Brand] mentions that [fruit/vegetable] is certified vegetables and/or fruit, however, it is not clear for which part. Sustainability information should be easily accessible for consumers to make responsible choices.