Under Its “Regenerate the Earth and Its Resources” Strategy, One Banana Creates a One-of-a-Kind Project to Restore Pollinator Habitats

April 25, 2022 One Banana

On Earth Day, business leadership and actions toward environment care take more relevance. However, conventional sustainability strategies are being surpassed by efforts that are moving forward to regenerative business models. In this line, One Banana and BeeHub – an organization specializing in the protection and conservation of bees through rescues, creation of native bee sanctuaries and environmental education – began a pilot project at the One Banana’s Natural Ingredients Processing Plant located in the coastal lowland region of Guatemala, to protect pollinators and increase biodiversity.

ONE Banana Ingredients for Secure Commerce

October 4, 2021 ONE Banana

ONE Banana Ingredients now owns and operates the first food processing plant in Guatemala to be Business Alliance for Secure Commerce -BASC- Certified, thus enhancing the company’s commitment to the pursuit of transparency, traceability and more secure commerce.

One Banana Presents Its Sustainability Report 2020

July 26, 2021 One Banana.

One Banana, the better banana Co., presents its seventh Corporate Sustainability Report reflecting on the achievements and execution of its Sustainability Strategy amid a life-changing year in 2020.

One Banana Presents Corporate Sustainability Report

June 23, 2020 One Banana

One Banana publishes its sixth Sustainability Report, which presents the results of projects, programs, and good practices that have contributed to the success of the operations and further its efforts to become a world-class company in quality, productivity, and profitability.

ONE Banana Certifies Organic Production with FAIRTRADE Standard

February 5, 2020 ONE Banana

“Our sustainable family-owned farms are all certified to the highest third party standards, but now we are also proud to announce that our farm in Peru is certified under the Fair Trade international standard, benefiting all those involved in the supply chain, from producers to final consumers,” said Robert Adams, President of ONE Banana Co.