AMAZON ANDES EXPORT SAC has many types of certifications that support the sustainability of our processes and guarantee the quality of our final and bulk products. We have certifications of sustainability (BIOCOMERCIO), organic and religious ones.
BIOCOMERCIO PERU BIOTRADE
Our commitment to environmental, social and economic sustainability framed within the biotrade (UNCTAD BioTrade Initiative) has led us to obtain permission to use the BIOCOMERCIO PERU seal, after passing a government audit of Promperu (Peruvian promotion commission for export) ) it has been confirmed that AMAZON ANDES EXPORT SAC works with mechanisms for the conservation and sustainable use of Peruvian biodiversity in the value chains in which we work directly (see report of results), framed in compliance with the 7 principles and criteria of the biocommerce:
- Conservation of biodiversity
- Sustainable use of biodiversity
- Fair and equitable distribution of benefits derived from the use of biodiversity
- Socioeconomic sustainability
- Compliance with national and international legislation
- Respect for the rights of the actors involved in the Biotrade
- Clarity about land tenure, use and access to natural resources and knowledge
This certification helps us to start our project to entry in the Nagoya Protocol, , which consist of access to genetic resources , fair trade and equitable sharing of the benefits derived from its use to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
USDA NOP ORGANIC
We have FDA process plant registration and Organic certification for the US market, within our main certified processes is the encapsulation, tableting and packaging of 100% organic products.
The USDA organic certification is based on the Organic Production Standards for the US (NOP-USDA), created by the United States Department of Agriculture.
The European organic certification is based on the Organic Production Standards: EU 834/2007 - EU 889/2008, created by the European Economic Community. We are certified to export and market final and bulk organic products in the territory of the European Union.
To obtain this certificate you must meet the standards: JAS - "Japanese Agricultural Standards" and be certified by a certifier accredited by the Japanese government (MAFF).
For a food to be considered Halal, it must conform to the regulations contained in the Koran, the traditions of the Prophet, and the teachings of Islamic jurists. Religion governs many of the daily activities of Muslims. The Koran orders Muslims a strict diet and lists the food that Muslims can bring to their table. Halal products not only take into account the ingredients used to make the product, they also have certain requirements in the production process.
This certification defines the foods that are suitable for consumption by the Jewish community. It does not refer to a specific type of food, but to a system of food revision according to the Jewish ritual and whose meaning is determined by a set of religious criteria prescribed in the Torah (Pentateuch). These laws seek to establish a regime that benefits the body and soul, to achieve both physical and mental balance.