Cutrale recently announced it has achieved a gold score in sustainability for all its orange farms in Brazil and the United States. The award is from the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI) – Farm Sustainability Assessment (FSA), a widely recognized sustainability standard.
The FSA was developed by the SAI to enable food and beverage businesses from all crops and countries to assess, improve and validate on-farm sustainability in their supply chains. The assessment covers important factors related to sustainability such as climate change, health and safety, water usage, food waste and labor conditions.
Cutrale complies with international sustainability and food safety standards and regulations throughout its global juice business. That business includes orange farming, fruit processing, orange juice production, sales and distribution.
Cutrale is a family-owned agribusiness group. The 54-year-old business has operations in Brazil, Japan, the Netherlands, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the United States. The group is managed by local executive teams in Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America.
“We combine enduring passion for oranges with operational excellence, customer service focus and leadership in sustainable agribusiness practices and corporate responsibility,” the company stated in a media release. At peak season, Cutrale employs more than 21,000 associates globally.
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