Certified Operator (Certification Applicant)PRONATURA WEST AFRICA (PNWA)_FFL5 stars

Place, CountryLomé, Togo

Contactwww.pronatura.com , emmanuel.rigaux@pronatura.com

Certified Productspineapple juice, pineapples, pineapples dried, avocados, papayas, turmeric, gingerfair for life logo
Certification ProgrammeFair for Life - Social & Fair Trade Certification
Performance Rating
ChapterContent of the Fair For Life - Social & Fair Trade ProgrammeMaximumRating
1Core Principles and Values1414
2Commitment to and Management of Fair Trade Policy2719
3Respect of Human Rights and Decent Working Conditions229183
4Respect of the Environment127112
5Local Development and Community Relations1413
6Trading and Supply chain relations7365
8Traceability, Transparency and Respect of the Consumer2120
9Managing Certification and Performance4643
Total Score Performance Rating521
Certification for fair trade and responsible supply chains
Impact, special achievements & commitmentsEN / FR

ProNatura West Africa is a Togolese company registered in the Togolese free zone since 2005. PNWA has 21 permanent employees. The main activity is the production, packaging and export of tropical fruits. The turnover for 2018 is 133,701,232 Euro. PNWA specializes in the export of fresh pineapple, pineapple juice and dried pineapple. Since 2012, a diversification policy has been implemented with new productions such as papaya, turmeric and ginger. The objective is to offer a range of tropical products to extend its activities throughout the year and allow producers to be self-sufficient. PNWA supervises 391 small producers in 4 production zones: ZA Danyi plateau - ZB Blifou mountain - ZC Dzolo plain - ZD Gbatope plain. PNWA is ORGANIC certified (EOS standard) and fair trade certified (Fair For Life standard) by ECOCERT. The PNWA conduction station built in 2006 is located in Assahoun 50 km from Lomé, it is equipped with a cold room. The products are mainly exported by sea via the port of Tema in Ghana by refrigerated containers, for the destination of Port Vendres in France.

ProNatura West Africa est une société de droit Togolais enregistrée en zone franche togolaise depuis 2005. PNWA emploie 21 salariés permanents. L'activité principale est la production, le conditionnement et l'exportation de fruits tropicaux. Le chiffre d'affaire de 2018 est de 133 701 232 Euro. PNWA est spécialisée dans l'exportation d'ananas frais, de jus d'ananas et d'ananas séchés. Depuis 2012 une politique de diversification se met en place avec des nouvelles productions comme la papaye, le curcuma et le gingembre. L'objectif étant de proposer une gamme de produits tropicaux de manière à étendre ses activités sur toute l'année et à permettre aux producteurs de s'autosuffire . PNWA encadre 391 petits producteurs sur 4 zones de productions: ZA plateau de Danyi - ZB montagne Blifou - ZC plaine Dzolo - ZD plaine Gbatope. PNWA est certifiée BIO (référentiel EOS) et équitable (référentiel Fair For Life) par ECOCERT. La station de condionnement de PNWA construite en 2006 se situe à Assahoun à 50 kms de Lomé, elle est équipée d'une chambre froide. Les produits sont exportés principalement par voie maritime via le port de Tema au Ghana par containers frigorifiques, pour la destination de Port Vendres en France.

Reached percentage of the applicable Total Norm Points for the overall performance
Percentage93 %

Date of Certification
Last Update27.10.2022

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