The SAN in figures

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More than 95% of certified farms belong to smallholders.

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More than 927,000 hectares of certified cocoa, mostly in Ivory Coast, Ghana and Indonesia.

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More than 355,000 hectares of certified coffee, mostly in Guatemala, Brazil and Peru.

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More than 337,000 hectares of certified tea, mostly in Kenya, India and Indonesia.

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150,000 hectares of certified banana, mostly in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Colombia.

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There are more than 130, 000 certified cocoa farms in 11 countries.

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15% of the global banana trade, 14% of world tea, and 5.2% of coffee traded globally is produced on farms certified under SAN Standards.

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13% of global cocoa production comes from certified farms.

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The total production of certified coffee in 2013 was 454,962 metric tons, representing a 20% increase over 2012 production.

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-The five leading destinations for certified coffee are: Germany, United Kingdom, United States, Japan and Canada.

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In 2013, cocoa production on certified farms was 571,695 metric tons, 41% more than in 2012.


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