It is with great pride that we finally can reveal the new Wild Fur protocol, which Baltic Academy has developed on behalf of the International Fur Federation (IFF) and their sustainability program Furmark®. The Wild Fur Protocol makes it possible for companies* trading wild fur harvested from North America to be certified and thus obtain prove that their Wild Fur products meet the high standards of Furmark® in terms of animal welfare, sustainability and traceability.

For more information about the new Wild Fur certification program and Furmark® please click here
Link to IFF please click here 

*only IFF approved companies are able to become Wild Fur audited and certified.

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Anna Feldberg Marsbøll
Animal Welfare Consultant, PhD, MSc, BSc

+45 91 23 07 42
ana@balticcontrol.com

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