Política De La Calidad Y Ambiental
Finca Canarias is a small family business dedicated for two generations to the natural cultivation of aloe vera. The brand is born from experience in the tourism sector and above all from the enthusiasm of undertaking a sustainable, natural and environmentally friendly business.
ith a multidisciplinary staff, Finca Canarias is driven by a passion for excellence and a job well done, promoting job creation, job stability, collaboration with local agriculture and the elaboration of products with the highest quality requirements, ours.
The brand was born with an objective that remains unchanged, the commercialization of 100% natural, chemical-free, animal-test-free and totally organic products. Since its foundation, nearly a decade ago, until today the number of employees and farms, so as our product catalogue have grown, but the original essence and our motivation to work in what we love remain, as fundamental pillars on which this company grows and that is the basis of its success.
Finca Canarias, as a reinforcement of this commitment to Quality and Environment, has implemented a management system based on the requirements of the UNE-ISO 13810 Standards for Industrial Tourism as well as ISO 14001 for Environmental Management..
In this sense, it promotes and is committed to the continuous improvement of its management, of quality, of environmental requirements, and of the satisfaction of its staff and clients:
defining very demanding Good Environmental Practices in line with its values,
firmly committing to the protection of the environment, including the prevention of pollution and other specific commitments relevant to the context of the organization,
committing to the faithful compliance with legal, contractual and any other applicable requirements
adding value to the experience of our visitors through highly trained and committed professionals
promoting knowledge about our crops, production methods, care and collection, always with sustainable management, their properties for health and well-being, as well as their respectful integration in the environment of the Canary Islands.
Date: January 10, 2020