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One World | One Standard

We SAS – Sustainable Agriculture Standards started our journey in the year 2017 with a mission to define standard guidelines and practices for sustainable farming. The ultimate goal of SAS is to help farmers and producers to produce pesticide chemical-free agriculture products at every step of the process.

The guideline defined by SAS is the result of more than 10 years of research and study conducted in organic cultivation and processing fields across geography around the world, hence one can assume that these standards are the crux of all well-defined and proven principles followed globally in the sustainable agriculture sector.

SAS Advantage

We have hassle free on-line platform to get registered your self.

How It Works ?

Once registered you can start loading required data set for traceability & audit

Getting Started

Let’s know how can enrolled and use SAS platform

What makes us different

  • Social welfare clause
  • Affordable
  • Minimum wages clause
  • Food and infrastructure safety guidelines
  • Live stock management
  • Carbon credit
  • Multiple certification labels
  • One certification for entire process
  • Affordable
  • Testing and audit parameters are globally acceptable
  • Storage guidelines
  • Process up gradation
  • Supports both supplier and trader
  • Buyer and supplier consensus based system
  • Traceability at each step
  • Contribution towards Social and Environmental welfare
  • Feedback and review system
  • Custom certification
  • Healthy and contamination free
  • Traceability and Transparency (QR code)
  • Affordable
  • Contribution towards Social and Environmental welfare


We are proud to announce “RQC International” as our Certification Body authorized for certification for Sustainable Agriculture

Let’s experience the true agriculture with SAS.

Zero Tolerance against quality and sustainability compromises