Certified Operator (Certification Applicant)Inulina y Miel de Agave S.A. de C.V. - Hired Labour4 stars

Place, CountryCapilla de Guadalupe, Mexico

Contactwww.imag.mx

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Certification ProgrammeFair for Life - Social & Fair Trade Certification
Hired Labour
ChapterContent of the Fair for Life - Social & Fair Trade ProgrammeNormRating
2.1.1No Forced Labour1212
2.1.2Freedom of Association and Right to Collective Bargaining3032
2.1.3No Child Labour and Protection of Young Workers88
2.1.4Transparent and Human Disciplinary Practices1010
2.1.5Equal Treatment and Opportunities1416
2.1.6Health and Safety5865
2.2.1Contracts and Good Relation between Employer and Workforce1417
2.2.2Wages2225
2.2.3Social Security and Social Benefits2427
2.2.4Working Hours and Paid Leave3232
2.2.5Regular Employment45
2.3.1Commitment and Management of Social Responsibility1414
2.3.2Community Relations612
2.3.3Respecting Rights of Indigenous and Local Peoples66
2.3.4Animal Rights44
2.5.1Accountable Trade Relations with Buyers66
2.5.2Fair Trade Policy and Worker Empowerment86
2.5.3Fair Trade Pricing84
2.5.4Fair Trade Development Premium Administration and Use63
Total Score Hired Labour304
Environmental Criteria
ChapterContent of the IMO Environmental ProgrammeNormRating
2.4.1Water Conservation and Water/Air Polution1214
2.4.2Energy Management and Climate Change813
2.4.3Ecosystem Management1816
2.4.4Waste Management68
Total Score Environmental Criteria51
Social Impact
Social Impact & Special Achievements• Fair trade: They buy raw materials from all suppliers with the same conditions with prices of 3.33, 1.76 and 1.2 times of the minimum, average and maximum price, respectively compared to the actual price on the market.
• Working aspects: There have been no reports of complaints from the workers, there is a fair treatment of women in leading positions. The lowest salary is 1.83 times higher than the minimum valid salary and there is a 100 % registration of the workers.
• Environmental impact: They use more than 90% renewable energy (boilers of biomass). They do not use water for the production process, it is only used for cleaning and restoration. All the water is treated and used in the green areas.
• Impact in the community: They support approximately 80% of the civil organisations of the region, among them Fundación Guadalupana Alteña A.C., Casa Teresa de Calcuta A.C., Cruz Roja Mexicana delegación Capilla de Guadalupe A.C., Comunidad Educativa de los Altos A.C., Club de Ciclismo Liebres de Capilla A.C.
Use of Fair Trade PremiumIt is the first year of certification. Premium administration is in the process of development. They want to use it well, realizing an analysis to look into the production chain who needs most the premium funds to come.

Reached percentage of the applicable Total Norm Points for the overall performance
Percentage108 %

Date of Certification
First21.12.2016
Last Update00.00.0000

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