Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC) is a non-profit organization that manages a program ensuring the humane birth, care and slaughter of farm animals. In order to use the “Certified Humane Raised & Handled” label, producers must complete and pass a rigorous application and maintenance process developed by expert scientists and veterinarians. HFAC, unlike many certification operations, is extremely transparent, and their website provides highly detailed documents laying out the standards and requirements for animal welfare. You can even find a chart showing the differences between Certified Humane, Animal Welfare Approved, Global Animal Partnership (Whole Foods), USDA/Organic and American Humane Certified. So, if you ever think about the life of your food, you should note that while the label USDA/Organic ensures animals eat organic feed, the Certified Humane label offers the most trustworthy and comprehensive guarantee for overall animal welfare.
Exhibiting at Pinta Miami in Booth E8 with Art Concept Alternative Gallery, Mariana Cordoba is on a mission to change perspectives with every stroke of her brush.
The Love Knot jewelry collection was born out of a humble request that Coralie Duchamp received from a friend to design a ring that represented eternal friendship. Fast-forward to present day and Love Knots has evolved into a soulful collection with a bold message: Spread The Love.