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Reports and Publications

Origin Green Sustainability Report

The Origin Green Sustainability Report gives a detailed update on Origin Green and its progress to date, across all levels of the supply chain. The report highlights the future programme development and the ambitions for delivering on our vision for 2025.

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Origin Green Sustainable Manufacturing Charter

At the core of the Origin Green programme is the Origin Green Sustainability Charter, a guideline document to the workings of Origin Green. The Charter directs companies to set meaningful and measurable sustainability goals that are then independently verified.

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Origin Green Foodservice and Retail Charter

To extend the scope, and strengthen the impact of Origin Green, a sustainability charter was developed for retail and foodservice distributors and operators. In order to become fully verified members of Origin Green, retailers and foodservice distributors and operators must develop 3-5 year sustainability plans with target areas in Sustainable Sourcing, Operations, Health & Nutrition, and Social Sustainability.

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Sustainability Report 2015

The 2015 report was the first Sustainability Report released by the Origin Green programme. The ambitions for the Origin Green programme and initial progress are detailed within.

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Sustainable Dairy Assurance Scheme

The Sustainable Dairy Assurance Scheme (SDAS) is accredited to the European Standard for Product Certification (ISO 17065: 2012). The Scheme provides proof that milk is produced sustainably on Irish farms participating in the SDAS.

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Sustainable Beef and Lamb Assurance Scheme

The Sustainable Beef and Lamb Assurance Scheme (SBLAS) has been developed with a number of organisations in response to the marketplace; there is an increasing demand for sustainably produced meat. The Standard (and the Scheme based on the Standard) is accredited to the International Standard for Product Certification ISO 17065: 2012.

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Sustainable Horticulture Assurance Scheme

The Sustainable Horticulture Assurance Scheme (SHAS) has been developed in response to the demands of the marketplace. There is an increasing demand for sustainably produced horticultural products from customers. The SHAS provides proof, to ISO standards, that certified members are producing in a sustainable manner.

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