CERTIFICATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
Florverde is an environmental and social certification confirming Alexandra Farms' commitment to environmental best practices, employment protections and the responsible treatment of people, and health and safety requirements. Alexandra Farms SAS has been certified under the Florverde Sustainable Flowers seal. We have implemented best practices for traceability and labeling for garden roses and have used the Florverde brand only in accordance with Florverde Sustainable Flowers guidelines to identify certified products thus making appropriate use of the label.
Florverde has been working with the GLOBALG.A.P farm assurance program of Germany. Many of the requirements of both certificates have been standardized and Florverde has been recognized as a sustainable certification.
Business Alliance for Secure Commerce
We are certified “Safe” with BASC, an international alliance that promotes safe trade in voluntary cooperation with governments, border agencies, control authorities and international organizations.
Society of American Florists
SAF is a national trade association that provides government advocacy, guidance on best practices and more for all participants in the U.S. floral industry.
American Institute of Floral Designers
AIFD is the floral industry’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to establishing, maintaining and recognizing the highest standard of professional floral design in the U.S. and around the world.
Wholesale Florist and Florist Supplier Association
WF&FSA offers programs, services, events and communications to the floral wholesale business and its suppliers.
One Carbon World
One Carbon World is a carbon neutral not-for-profit organisation and a global resource partner of the Climate Neutral Now Initiative, launched by United Nations Climate Change (UNFCCC)
We are recognized for offering advice and support on measuring and reducing greenhouse gas emissions around the world. We operate in 24 countries and have already secured a commitment for reducing and compensating 20 million tons of CO2e from the atmosphere
Companies that meet the Carbon Neutral International Standard have measured and reported their Carbon emissions, published plans to reduce their emissions in the short run and have made significant efforts to offset their emissions.