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What does SAN stand for?

SAN stands for Sustainable Agriculture Network (USDA)

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The requirements for this certification was established by the Sustainable Agriculture Network (RAS), an international entity composed of independent conservationist organizations that holds the certification standards that allow companies in the region to use the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal.
The requirements for this certification was established by the Sustainable Agriculture Network (RAS), an international entity composed of independent conservationist organizations that holds the certification standards that allow companies in the region to use the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal.
NEW YORK CITY -- El Platanillo coffee farm in San Marcos, Guatemala, has become the world's first coffee farm to become Rainforest Alliance Verified for its compliance with the Climate Module of the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN), the international coalition of conservation organizations that manages Rainforest Alliance certification.
Farmers who have earned the Rainforest Alliance Certified[TM] seal have to meet comprehensive environmental and social standards, developed by the Rainforest Alliance and other conservation groups that make up the Sustainable Agriculture Network.
Since 1997, Rainforest Alliance has been working with partners such as Conservacion y Desarrollo through its Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) to restore sustainable cocoa farming practices in Ecuador.
The Rainforest Alliance and their Sustainable Agriculture Network partners plan to build on the success of the Ecuadoran cocoa cooperatives by applying their model to other cocoa-growing areas.
The Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) has a new hotline that will help producers, researchers and educators quickly and easily order publications featuring cutting-edge research on sustainable farming.