Read our latest newsletter! With 13 major players joining FSI in 2019, It’s no less than 62 FSI members who are now headed to 2020 with one shared focus: reaching 90% sustainably produced and traded flowers and plants by the end of next year.
Discover the last FSI Newsletter: In this edition, you will learn about the growing FSI network, how we're focusing on reaching the 90% target, what FSI will look like beyond 2020, and much more!
On Monday, 20 May 2019, the FSI Board approved the addition of SIZA, the South African Standard for Sustainable Agriculture to the FSI Basket of Standards for Social.
The FSI Basket of Standards is transitioning towards 2020 with additional environmental benchmarking criteria!
Our Summer Newsletter is here! We welcome you to read through our publications and learn more about FSI latest activities and discover new exciting events coming soon.
We have had an amazing two years with many very interesting new members, no less than 18 new members in total joined our network! Just for the summer, we are happy to welcome another 3 new members representing production, trade and retail.
Three new members representing production and trade were introduced at the General Assembly: BGI the Association of the German Flower Wholesale and Import Trade; Expoflores, the Association of Flower Growers and Exporters of Ecuador and their sustainability Standard, FlorEcuador Certified®, and Dutch breeder Royal Van Zanten
Koppert reports the significant improvements made to reduce the use of chemicals in the production of flowers and plants.
Welcome to our 2 newest FSI members from Trade and Production.
The Floriculture Sustainability Initiative welcomes Dutch bank RABOBANK as new industry member of FSI.
Dutch Florists can demonstrate their sustainable practices by using the Sustainable Florist Barometer certification.
Sharing results and learnings of the FSI member projects are a very important part of FSI work
The sixth edition of the IFTEX focused on Kenya’s trading relationship with the EU, new export markets, and the quality and sustainability of Kenyan flowers.
The FSI Working Group on Gender organised a learning session to inform and present the business case for women empowerment.
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