Carsol operates with respect for people and our planet. Through regular independent audits, we ensure that we keep exceeding our sustainable standards and safeguard the health of our people, partners and customers.
An internationally recognized set of farm standards dedicated to Good Agricultural Practices: G.A.P. (Chile, Peru and Portugal)
Certification by Global G.A.P. to ensure workers’ health, safety, and welfare.
FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
Regulation on growing, harvesting and processing of food to ensure food safety. (Chile and Peru)
The Sustainable Program for Irrigation and Groundwater Use (SPRING) certifies our commitment to responsible water management according to industry best practices.
Tesco Nurture (TN11)
Tesco’s protocol of good farming practices and sustainability. (USA, Chile, Europe)
BRCGC Global Food standard
The Global Food standard by the British Retail Consortium Global Standards sets both food safety requirements and quality requirements for food manufacturers.
The FDA’s Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points is a systematic approach to identify and manage risks to food safety.
Like our farms, our packaging facilities are also certified by Global G.A.P.’s standards related to workers’ health, safety, and welfare.
Carsol meets the requirements of several organisations to pack and handle organic fruit, including the European Commission (EU), the National Organic Program (US) and SAG (Chile).
The Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit certifies to our trade partners that Carsol operates in a socially responsible manner and meets the Sedex labour standards. (Peru)
Walmart Supply Chain Security (SCS)
Certifies the safe and secure manufacturing and transport of our products.
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IFS Broker is a certification for brokers, agents and importers to ensures the safety and quality of products.
Carsol is certified to export in organic fruit in compliance with norms set by the European Commission (EU), the National Organic Program (US) and SAG (Chile).
We meet the standards of several retailers, such as the Walmart Supply Chain Security program.