Baltic Control® Certification is approved to certify sustainable Christmas trees and ornamental spruce/greenery according to the German scheme Naturbaum.
The Naturbaum scheme has been developed by Verband Natürlicher Weihnactsbaum e.V. and is a seal of quality that only Christmas trees and ornamental spruce/greenery, grown sustainable in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible way, can achieve.
To become Naturbaum certified it is a requirement that you as producer of Christmas trees and ornamental spruce/greenery already are GLOBALG.A.P. certified for Standard IFA - Integrated Farm Assurance 5.2, Subscope FO, Flowers and Ornamental.
We are ready to answer your questions about the Naturbaum scheme and to prepare an offer that suits your company. Please do not hesitate to contact Stephanie Christiansen by tel.: +45 91 230192 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Naturbaum scheme: please click here
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