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Benefits of using a no-till system in sustainable soy production

The no-till system is a conservationist cultivation technique in which planting is carried out without the steps of conventional tillage. It ensures minimum soil tillage and permanent coverage by live crops or crop remnants, as well as crop rotation. All ...

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RTRS welcomes 5 new members in 2018

In the first semester 2018, 5 new organizations joined the Round Table on Responsible Soy Association (RTRS), which now has total of 184 members. New RTRS members representing the Industry, Trade and Finance constituency are METRO AG, a multinational retail ...

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Summary of the highlights of RTRS Annual Conference

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RTRS welcomes Tesco’s commitment to sustainable sourcing

The Round Table on Responsible Soy Association (RTRS) welcomes the announcement from Tesco (made on 3rd July 2018) that the company is to help drive an industry-wide transition towards deforestation-free soy in the UK. Tesco is now committed to achieving ...

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Members of RTRS Executive Board

Members to fill in positions in the new RTRS Executive Board were elected during the 12th RTRS General Assembly held in Lille, France, on May 31, 2018. In the Civil Society constituency, Oswaldo de Carvalho Jr. (Earth Innovation) was elected ...

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RTRS establishes its position as the global platform for sustainable soy and calls for a more holistic agenda that moves beyond zero deforestation

Africa, India and China joined colleagues from North and South America and from across Europe to stage the most wide-reaching and ambitious world roundtable on responsible soy in the initiative’s twelve year history. With a record breaking 180 participants the ...

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RTRS announces the roll-out of new production & supply chain certification models

Round Table on Responsible Soy announces the roll-out of new production & supply chain certification models to ensure greater transparency and increased uptake along the soy industry food chain. Products aim to foster the transition towards better and more sustainable ...

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RTRS certifies 290 thousand tons of soy from producers in Goiás

The Round Table on Responsible Soy Association (RTRS) has delivered the sustainable production certificate to Groups IV and Comigo, both comprised of rural producers from the Brazilian state of Goiás. In all, 49 producers and 72,667 hectares were certified, totaling ...

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General Assembly of RTRS Members

On Monday, May 7 , within the framework of the 12th General Assembly of RTRS Members to be held on May 31, 2018, RTRS members received the Convening Notice along with the corresponding materials that will be discussed during this meeting, ...

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20% of the area planted with soybeans in Maranhão have been certified by RTRS

A committee of the Round Table on Responsible Soy Association visited the states of Maranhão and Piauí and held meetings with governments and institutions. The first stop was Fazenda Progresso, in the city of Sebastião Leal (Piauí), with 35,000 hectares ...

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