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Current Calls For Public Comments

RSB has a two week call for public comment for any RSB certification applicant.

This is the first step in the RSB certification process and allows members of the public to voice any concerns they might have about the sustainability of the operations of the applicant. Comments help inform the RSB before it decides on the applicant’s eligibility as a Participating Operator.

Current Calls


The RSB Standard is constantly evolving to meet new technology, research and sustainability realities. As a result, we are currently revising our Standard for the Certification of Bioproducts, and would like to receive your feedback on key topics such as traceability, GHG savings and rules for bio-based content. Your feedback is valuable to this process and it won’t take long to complete the survey here:

Read: The revision of the RSB Standard for the Certification of Bioproducts


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About the Standard

The RSB Standard is regularly reviewed, and RSB continues to work on streamlining all the components.

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Standard Development

We help companies ensure sustainable production through a unique combination of characteristics.

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Past Consultations

As new technology, research and sustainability issues emerge, the RSB works with its members to adapt the Standard.

Case Study

Franklin Baker First Food Ingredient Producer to Earn RSB Certification

Franklin Baker Company of the Philippines earned RSB certification for the growing, harvesting and supply of coconut products from farms located in the Mindanao Island, Philippines. Their products include desiccated coconut, sweetened and unsweetened toasted coconut, creamed coconut and coconut concentrate, virgin coconut oil, coconut flour and coconut water.

About Us

The RSB offers trusted, credible tools and solutions for sustainability and biomaterials certification that mitigate business risk, fuels the bioeconomy and contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals that enables restoration of ecosystems and the promotion of food security.

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