Who’s behind it:

Rainforest Alliance (rainforest-alliance.org), a nonprofit that develops and implements sustainable and socially responsible production standards in more than 60 countries.

What it means:

Production practices preserve healthy biodiversity and existing wildlife habitats. *Producers maintain natural shaded environments to protect wildlife and eliminate or reduce pesticide use to avoid damage to surrounding environments and communities.

*Workers have safe living and working conditions.

*Note: The entire product doesn’t have to be Rainforest Alliance Certified. The Rainforest Alliance requires single-ingredient products like coffee to contain at least 30 percent certified content and the package must indicate the percent (the product isn’t required to include this information if it contains 90 percent certified content).

Look for it on:

Coffee, bananas, cocoa, oranges, pineapples, flowers, and ferns.