In 2020 Baltic Control® Group supports the following charity organisations: 


Our donation support UNICEF in their effort for helping children in need all over the world.


Médecins Sans Frontiéres 
We support Médecins Sans Frontiéres which provide worldwide urgent medical assistance to people affected by conflicts, epidemics and disasters.


SOS Children’s Villages
We support SOS Children’s Villages because they build new families for children in need, helping them shape their own future and share the development of their communities.



Danmarks Indsamlingen 2020
Danish national collection which in 2020 focused on helping some of the world’s most vulnerable children – refugee children. Through 12 projects on three continents, humanitarian organizations have worked hard to create better conditions for children who have been forced to flee alone or with their families due to war, climate change or other disasters. Simply because all children have the right to a safe childhood.



Knæk Cancer
We support the work of science for breaking the code of cancer.  



Denmark saves land
All over the world nature is under pressure and many wild animals and plants lack habitats. This also counts for Denmark. We humans take up a lot of land and gradually seized 75% of Denmark's area for fields, roads, industry and homes! This means that the wild nature is under severe pressure and experts estimates that out of 10.662 species approx. every fifth species is in danger of disappering from the Danish nature. This national collection 'Danmark redder jord' spend collected money on buying land which for ever will be wild nature without human interference.  

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September 2021

Producers of Christmas trees and ornamental ornamental spruce/greenery can now be certified by Baltic Control® Certification

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May 2021

GRMS is tailored to fit the specific requirements of the meat industry.

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May 2021

The report is based on data collected by Baltic Control® during 7.800 WelFur assessments

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April 2021

Companies* trading wild fur harvested from North America can now be certified according to a new Wild Fur protocol.

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March 2021

Baltic Control® Certification still supports the Danish authorities efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). We have updated our instructions on how audits, especially on animal welfare, will proceed in the months ahead.

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January 2021

Become ZERYA® certified and get evidence that your fruits and vegetables are without pesticide residues*

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March 2020

Baltic Control® Certification supports the Danish authorities efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). The instructions will have an impact on how audits, especially on animal welfare, will proceed in the coming weeks.

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February 2019

WelFur is the first animalwelfare focused initiative ever to achieve recognition on highest EU level

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November 2018

Baltic Control® Certification moved to larger facilities at Kulsviervej 150 north of Copehagen

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