Chile is a paradise, and we know it. We have unbeatable environmental conditions for organic crops, which is why we work diligently to protect the environment, because it benefits us all. We speak from a sense ownership about organic food because we live it every day, and that makes us responsible for preserving biodiversity. An organic field must meet several conditions, one of them is to avoid the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and of course artificial fertilizers, because they affect the planet. We love animals and nature needs them. Biological corridors achieve a unique environmental balance, attracting ladybugs and wasps, which together with sheep, geese, ducks, and chickens, work alongside farmers in order for our fruits to grow in harmony and free of pests—typical of an organic ecosystem.
The French company ECOCERT audits the fruit and processing practices to certify our products as organic. This is performed under the strictest standards of the Chilean, American, Canadian, European, Japanese, and Chinese markets. The multinational company SGS audits all of our processes and ensures that we meet the standards for the British Retail Consortium (BRC), fully complying with the requirements of the strictest trade.