Making life colorfull

..in a sustainable way

Corporate social responsibility and involvement in the community we consider of high importance. Quality and responsibility for the environment go hand in hand, which applies for more than only product and production. It also applies for our employees with opportunities in career guidance and space for personal development. Intergreen maintains several quality certificates, important to us and to our customers in securing high quality standards and sustainable trade of flowers and plants.  

ETI certified

 

 

 

The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a ground-breaking alliance of companies, trade unions and voluntary organizations working in partnership to improve the lives of poor and vulnerable workers across the globe that make or grow consumer goods - everything from tea to T-shirts, from flowers to footballs. More information

Fairtrade

The Fairtrade Foundation is the independent non-profit organization that licenses use of the FAIRTRADE Mark on products in the UK in accordance with internationally agreed Fairtrade standards. More information

MPS - packers

MPS develops and manages certificates. Certificates ensuring sustainability in the horticultural sector are becoming increasingly interwoven in companies' daily activities. The MPS standards are internationally accepted and serve as a guide in the horticultural sector. Not only is the focus on the environment here. With its certificates MPS also gives shape to sustainability in the field of quality care and social aspects. Accordingly, MPS offers the sector 'tools' to implement corporate social responsibility in the correct way. More information

BOPP certified

The British Ornamental Plant Producers' Certification Scheme (BOPP) has been designed for use by growers and packers of ornamental horticultural products and by growing media producers. The Scheme aims to set high standards of professionalism in the way in which certificated businesses operate and through unbiased and effective evaluation. More information

Dutch Flower Foundation

Involved in people, society and industry
All companies of the Dutch Flower Group contribute to the activities of the Dutch Flower Foundation. From the start of the foundation in 1999, projects which improve the quality of life and well-being of others are supported. With an emphasis on the regions in which we operate through direct support or organizations run by volunteers. We believe that companies can strive for profit in combination with responsibility for the environment and attention to people (people, planet, profit).