Forest Stewardship Council Certified Packaging

We are proud to offer packaging that has the FSc logo. How do organizations gain FSC™ certification? Read more below!

FSC Principles

Forest management shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations of the country in which they occur, and international treaties and agreements of which they have agreed to, in conjunction with all FSC™ principles. Forest management shall uphold workers rights, providing training opportunities, a liveable wage, and gender equality practices, in addition to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment.

Forest management operations shall encourage the efficient use of the forest’s multiple products and services to ensure economic viability and a wide range of environmental and social benefits. Through engagement with indigenous people, forest management will uphold and respect the right of indigenous people to own and manage their land, territories, and resources. A management plan – appropriate to the scale and intensity of the operations – shall be written, implemented, and kept up to date. The long-term objectives, and the means of achieving them, shall be clearly defined.

Monitoring shall be conducted – appropriate to the scale and intensity of forest management
to assess the condition of the forest, yields of forest products, chain of custody, management activities and environmental impacts.

FSC Certified carton

We are proud to offer packaging that has the FSc logo.

Established in 1993, the Forest Stewardship Council” was created to provide companies with a renewable source for packaging. The wood fiber or paper that we use to create our cartons comes from forests that have met rigorous standards in forest management. The management of forests ensure the preservation of biological diversity as well as the economic support of the local people and workers

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Compliance with Principles for Certification

How do organizations gain FSC™ certification?

Organizations seeking certification must comply with ten principles that cover a broad range of issues such as enhancing the economic well-being of workers, to upholding the rights of local indigenous peoples. With rigorous standards, organizations must provide a management plan that details the production of timber, non-timber products, and ecosystem services.The management plan must also explain how the organization will scaleits management plan when expanding its operations.