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Sustainable Production Of Sumatran Cinnamon

Cinnamon Products-Ethical, Sustainable and Fair Trade
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didiet wahyu

on 22 September 2015

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Transcript of Sustainable Production Of Sumatran Cinnamon

Sustainable production of Sumatran Cinnamon
Understanding
the community of
Cinnamon farmers
to the creation of the foundation called
Yayasan

T.E.A
(
T
ripper
E
nvironmental
A
wareness)
TRIPPER NATURE sources Cinnamon in its rawest form from the cradle of Indonesia. The living Cinnamon trees color the landscape like a reddish carpet when flowering high up in the hills and mountains of Sumatra. On Mount Kerinci in West Sumatra Cinnamon is everywhere, as far as the eye can see.
Cinnamon products –
Ethical, Sustainable and Fair Trade

Objectives
Working together…
However, the future production of Cinnamon is facing several obstacles. Cinnamon is a way for locals to save capital, but it also means to freeze a land… the farmers do not do mix cropping, therefore having to wait for 25 years to get income from their land. The destructive harvest and decreasing interest of the farmers for Cinnamon tree plantations are becoming an issue. Field access and harvesting efforts are becoming difficult as well. According to the locals, only plantations owned by important local suppliers will remain and there is no space for small farmers.

The traditional farming of Cinnamon is at risk of disappearing.
TRIPPER NATURE and our Cinnamon suppliers are implementing the standard NFC (standing for Nature-Future-Culture) and “Fair for Life” program (from IMO) helping local communities to find a new interest in cinnamon.

Yayasan T.E.A will be in charge of Corporate Social Responsibility for TRIPPER as we want to be involved in local community development through a sustainable, fair trading system.

Making Cinnamon an attractive crop for farmers and landowners
Ensuring Cinnamon production is fair, sustainable and socially responsible
Reinforcing relationships all
along the supply chain
A Fair Trade committee meeting takes place two (2) times a year, gathering the workers, harvesters and collectors’ representatives, but also the members of the board of directors from Yayasan T.E.A .
At the conclusion of the meetings, each and every participant expresses their opinions, wills and needs. Projects such as environmental awareness of pupils, agricultural, product diversification or improvement of health care access have all been selected.
OVERVIEW
1. NFC Certification:
“Nature, Future, Culture” standard (TRIPPER’S unique standard for quality and sustainability)
2. Social Responsibility:
FAIR FOR LIFE Cinnamon certification
3. Fair Trade Premium:
Creation of Fair Trade committee

To empower the Cinnamon production and more widely to help with the development of local communities”


Coming Soon
“Fair For Life” Vanilla and Cloves
Sustainable goals:
Efforts to reach high social standards have to be made by all in the chain
TRIPPER NATURE… a “For Life” certified company
Distinction of Product Certification
1. Conventional,
Organic
&
NFC
2. For Life & Fair For Life by IMO
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